I was poking around my raised beds and noticed about three or four of these weird things. I have no idea what they are. Maybe some type of fungus? They are brown, fairly thin walled, and curve back toward the middle of the growth. They are ribbon-like in appearance and the edges are raised much higher than the center, which is smoother and flatter than the slightly bumpy exterior. They are currently approximately 5" in diameter. I don't know how long they have been growing.
Unidentified mystery growth near my garlic plants.
It would be great if they were edible, but at this point I have no idea. They are growing in fairly close proximity to the wood side frames of the beds. It has also been quite wet (lots of rain the past 3 weeks) with a warm week and then two cool weeks.
Any thoughts and/or suggestions would be much appreciated.