You can see by the lack of #mushroommonday posts today that there just aren't many mushrooms left out there.
Therefore, I am officially announcing that this will be my last #mushroommonday post of 2019.
For today's post, I went out in woods by my house to see if there was anything left out there.
I found these cool mushrooms growing near the side of my house. There isn't much I know about them except their name Hairy curtain crust or Stereum hirsutum (LC). The internet tells me they are too tough to eat.
There were a few patches of these guys left and I saw in @eglep’s post that she had seen some today as well.
They are a type of tuft which is normally very hardy (explains why they are the only mushrooms left out there) and poisonous.
I think the ones growing in my yard are Sulphur tuft or Hypholoma fasciculare (LC).
This post challenge started a few weeks ago and I am so pleased to see how many people took part in it. I want to thank everyone for participating and also everyone who has supported these #mushroommonday posts.
If you live in the southern hemisphere, we look forward to your posts! 😉
By doing these posts together we can learn so much! I know I did.