Gills of small mushroom.
Some kind of larva (beetle?) unearthed while turning over the soil for tomatoes. The upper right end of this critter moved.
Cedar apple rust gall. It must have bloomed fairly recently, as it was still soft. Pieces of eastern red cedar, the fungas' host for half its life cycle, still attached.
Snake skin, dried dragonfly, presented in Valentine's candy box.
Reported to be a blue mud daubber wasp nest, built by this gal or one of her ilk, under the eaves.