Proper identification of mushrooms can be difficult. While I have tried to accurately identify each of the mushrooms I have photographed, there are some whose identity still eludes me. Those include a "?" in the title or descriptions. For viewers who may be more experienced in mushroom identification, your input would be welcome; feel free to contact me.
Jelly Clubs, Cathedral State Park, Preston County, WV
Indian Pipe, Pink Stemmed Variation
Pinesap, Dolly Sods Scenic Area
Cordyceps growing from a cavity in a moss-covered log.
A young Eastern Cauliflower Mushroom
Eastern Cauliflower Mushroom Surface Detail.
Cauliflower Mushroom growing at the base of a Hemlock, Cathedral State Park
Sulphur Shelf (aka Chicken Mushroom) growing on a fallen tree, Valley Falls State Park, Marion County, WV.
Sulphur Shelf (aka Chicken Mushroom) growing on a fallen tree, Valley Falls State Park, Marion County, WV (vertical).
False Turkey Tail.
Decorated Pholiota Mushrooms
Decorated Pholiota Mushrooms, showing gill details.
Pear-shaped Puffballs growing on a fallen oak.
Detail photo, Pear-shaped Puffballs.
Violet Cort Mushrooms
Violet Cort Mushrooms, showing dark violet gills.
Berkeley's (?) Polypore
Berkeley's (?) Polypore with "Sharpie" included for scale
Black Earth Tongue, Cathedral State Park, Preston County, WV
Sulphur Tuft Mushrooms
Shaggy Mane Mushroom, Camp Creek State Forest, Mercer County, WV
Scarlet Waxy Cap Mushrooms
Mica Cap Inky Mushrooms growing beneath a decaying log, Cathedral State Park, Preston County, WV
Mica Cap Inky Mushrooms (one inverted to show gills) growing from beneath a decaying log, Cathedral State Park
Orange Mycena Mushrooms growing on decaying wood.
Common Mycena Mushrooms growing from crack in a signpost, Cathedral State Park, Preston County, WV
Bears Head Tooth, Blackwater Falls State Park
Detail, Bears Head Tooth