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ID please - shroom, costal weed, and more shrooms

 
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Can you help with some Plant IDs?

Southern Vancouver Island, West Coast of Canada.
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On the shore, within easy reach of the ocean storm spray
On the shore, within easy reach of the ocean storm spray
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on a sheltered sandy beach, growing between the normal high tide mark and the storm tide
on a sheltered sandy beach, growing between the normal high tide mark and the storm tide
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in a tiny sunny patch deep in a douglas fir forest
in a tiny sunny patch deep in a douglas fir forest
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on the lawn
on the lawn
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coastal forest in the rain shadow
coastal forest in the rain shadow
 
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I'm no expert, but I wondered if your #5 might be young turkey tail. There are some other similar shrooms, but looking at the underside can help narrow down the ID. Real turkey tail will have pores. You might need a magnifying lens to see them on those little guys. This article (although from south of us, in California) has some good images that illustrate what to look for. https://baynature.org/2013/11/28/can-tell-true-turkey-tail-imposter/

 
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ive got turkey tail everywhere it has distinct color lines growing out kind of parallel to what it is growing out of, coloration is just like turkey feathers, ill post pictures when they start flushing out later in winter.
 
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Turkey tail sounds right for those.  Thanks!

Any thoughts on the others?
 
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I can take a stab at the lichen. I think it is probably Xanthoria parietina. The mustardy colour and being on a wall near the shore are typical. There are some decent photos on wkipedia. I would copy the link here if I knew how to do that on my phone.

I don't know the vascular plant or any of the other shrooms, sorry.
 
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The red and white mushroom looks like a Rusulla. If it is it will be brittle and break apart easily, if you throw one on the ground they kinda shatter.
 
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I think Jenn is right on the Russula.  You could compare to shrimp mushroom.  The little ones do look like young turkey tails.  Pretty hard to tell until they grow up.
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The #4, mushrooms on the lawn may well be honey mushrooms. They certainly have the look. Here, Central Wisconsin these mushrooms come up above a rotting log. Mine are ringless and they are quite good although be careful no to confuse it with the gallerina.
https://www.out-grow.com/mushroom-cultures-c-2/honey-mushroom-armillaria-mellea-p-408.html
 
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