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North Fork Yuba River, Canyon Creek Trail, November 3, 2007
While the flowers are finished, there are still fascinating things flourishing in the forest. This month we focus on fungi and ferns. All of these were observed between Cherokee Creek and Canyon Creek, except the last two, which were on Kelly Bar, across the river, two weeks earlier.
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092 Little wood eaters
093 Mycena

Close up.
094 Boletus

Another close-up.
096 Clustered yellow stipes

Another close-up of the caps.
098 Woody shell

Football size. It's alive! At least it was.
100 Western Sword Fern

Polystichum munitum

101 Lady Fern

Athyrium filix-femina.

102 Golden Pholiota

Pholiota aurivella.

Found two weeks earlier across the river. A close up, and a shot of the underside.
137 Bird's Nest Fungus

Also across the river at Kelly Bar.
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