Fungi and Slime Molds

14 photos of 11 species as of April 14, 2018..
Deadly Galerina (Galerina autumnalis)  Photographed on May 10, 2008. This is a very poisonous mushroom!  Deadly Galerina (Galerina autumnalis) (Bottom)  This is the underside of a deadly gallerina photographed on May 10, 2008.  It was overturned for identification purposes by a fungus expert who seemed to think this kind of disturbance is OK.  However, disturbing animals, plants, and other organisms at the swamp without a permit is against the rules.  Pheasant's Back Polypore (Polyporus squamosus)  It is also called dryad's saddle. Photographed on May 10, 2008. This mushroom is not poisonous, but no organism at Thousand Acre Swamp may be collected without a permit! 
Coprinus species?  This may be a  Coprinus  species.  Please correct me if I am wrong by sending me an  e-mail .  It was photographed on July 29, 2007.  Coral Fungus (Clavariaceae)  I think this is a kind of coral fungus.  If you can identify it more specifically, please send me an  e-mail .  It was photographed on Aug. 6, 2008.  Unidentified Mushrooms  I don't know what kind of mushrooms these are.  If you can identify them more specificially, please send me an  e-mail .  They were photographed on Aug 6, 2008. 
Bear's-Head Tooth Fungus (Hericium americanum)  Photographed on Sep. 19, 2005.  Sulphur Shelf Fungus Leptoporus Species)  Photographed on Sep. 20, 2007.  Shelf Fungus (Leptoporus Species?)  I think this may be an old and faded sulphur shelf fungus.  Photographed on Aug. 6, 2008. 
Turkey Tail Fungus (Trametes versicolor)  Photographed on Sep. 20, 2007.  Coprinellus micaceus? Lateral  It was photographed on June 3, 2013. If you have any comments, please send me an  e-mail .  Coprinellus micaceus? Top  This is another view of the fungus in the previous photo.  If you have any comments, please send me an  e-mail . 
Slime mold (Physarum polycephalum)  It belongs to a group of organisms called myxomycetes. Traditionally considered to be fungi, they are neither  fungi nor plants, but a relative of protozoans.  It was photographed on June 25, 2007.  Slime Mold?  I'm not sure, but I suspect this is a kind of slime mold called dog vomit slime mold ( Fuligo septica ).  Photographed on Aug. 6, 2008.  If you have any comments, please send me an  e-mail .