That’s actually what I was telling my sons they looked like! Ha!
Here’s what I have so far, from top to bottom.
1) not really sure. I found them growing in the soil below a hardwood. When it comes to tree identification, I’m only confident with ash trees - and that has more to do with signs of the emerald ash borer.
2) turkey tail! These were thin and flexible. Growing on a fallen tree. I was a little confused by this at first because the pictures I would see showed more brown tones. The versicolor should have been a clue. Ha!
3/4) same as 1&2
5) growing on the same tree as the turkey tail. I’m thinking maybe fuligo septica, but when I was looking I didn’t really see pictures of this growing on trees. Mostly the ground.
6/7) ganoderma sessile. This has a strong scent - I don’t know the vocabulary to describe it though. I liked how the grass grew through the mushroom
8/9) while I would joking call them “dog poop mushrooms” for my 5 year old, I do believe these are dead mans fingers.
10/11) I don’t know. Some traits I noticed: the cap was very thin and opaque when held up to the light. Had a slight fishy smell to it?
That’s what I’ve got so far. We’ll see what today brings! One of the great things about being brand new at this is that everything excites me.