Does this look like pig ears? It does, it does. And hence the common name for Gomphus clavatus.
After 7 years, Balfour and McDowell are lucky enough to spot another hawk wing. Happiness on Mount Elphinstone.
Little gems – the beautiful mauve Laccaria amethyst-occidentalis. Lower Mount Elphinstone.
The perfect bolete is a beautiful thing. And McDowell is happy with even one. Upper Roberts Creek.
This boletus mirabilis goes full monty: fruit body and mycelium. Totally awesome! Upper Roberts Creek.
Teeth. Oh baby how we love finding hedgies! And in August already. Found on Lower Mount Elphinstone.