The drier weather this past week has curtailed a lot of the mushroom growth. On our hikes, we have found quite a few old Suillus granulatus, several Rozites caperata and Amanita muscaria. Also fruiting are the Deadly galerina, various Pholiota sp. We just had a rain last night so there is still hope that we may get a late fruiting of the stumpies (Armillaria mellea), but since the Entoloma abortivum has already made its appearance, we may be out of luck:)
Cora Mollen, author of Fascinating Fungi of the Northwoods and founder of Northstate Mycological Club.
Northstate Mycological Club