Hundreds of Relics at St. John Gualbert’s Roman Catholic Church – Cheektowaga, NY
Hygrocybe graminicolor (Hygrophoraceae) from the Blue Mountains for. Coachwood Glen, Blue Mountains, Australia.
The light green cap and stem of this small agaric are covered with a thick, slimy, glutinous coating. A waxy, grey-green, glutinous thread runs along the edges of white waxy gills. The convex cap becomes centrally depressed and ages to brown. Colors in this species can vary from green to almost totally brown except for the greenish-yellow lower stem.
This species is native to Australia. Its toxicity is unknown.
next week when i wash my hair i’m going to let it dry without braiding it first, for the first time in many years
There have been many BR photosets but this takes the cake
probably already reblogged but damn