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Edible Orange-cap Boletus mushroom on a shore of Curlew Pond in Myles Standish State Forest. Massachusetts, October 13, 2003
Mitrula paludosa (swamp beacon) mushrooms on reeds in a pond in Simmons Mill Pond Management Area. Adamsville, Rhode Island, May 15, 2004
Birch Boletus (Boletus Scaber, Leccinum scabrum) mushrooms in Simmons Mill Pond Management Area south from Adamsville. Little Compton, Rhode Island, October 2, 2004
Saprophyte mushrooms near Doctor s Mill Pond in Freetown - Fall River State Forest. Massachusetts, October 2, 2004
Amanita muscaria mushroom grown at John Dyer Road parking lot fence in Simmons Mill Pond Management Area south from Adamsville. Little Compton, Rhode Island, October 6, 2004
Amanita muscaria mushroom under a pine tree on west side of Cliff Pond in Nickerson State Park in Cape Cod. Brewster, Massachusetts, October 23, 2004
Polyporus sulphureus mushroom in Browning Mill Pond Recreation Area. Exeter, Rhode Island, May 21, 2004
Saprophyte mushrooms near Doctor s Mill Pond in Freetown - Fall River State Forest. Massachusetts, October 9, 2004
Polyporus sulphureus, Chicken of the Woods mushroom in Browning Mill Pond Recreation Area. Exeter, Rhode Island, May 21, 2004
Clavulinopsis fusiformis yellow club mushrooms (spindle-shaped coral mushroom) near Kings Pond in Massasoit State Park. East Taunton, Massachusetts, September 19, 2004
Slippery Jack mushrooms near Kings Pond in Massasoit State Park, with condensed fog. East Taunton, Massachusetts, October 8, 2004
Chicken of the Woods mushroom in Browning Mill Pond Recreation Area. Exeter, Rhode Island, May 21, 2004
Coral mushrooms near Kings Pond in Massasoit State Park. East Taunton, Massachusetts, September 20, 2003
Mushrooms near ponds in Borderland State Park. North Easton, Massachusetts, January 2, 2005
Edible mushrooms Boletus Granulatus (Slippery Jack) near Kings Pond in Massasoit State Park. East Taunton, Massachusetts, October 18, 2003
Tomato and Aspic (Calostoma cinnabarina) mushrooms grown on a sandy road near Rocky Pond in Myles Standish State Forest. Massachusetts, October 3, 2004

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