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InvisiblePluth
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Need ID on two, possibly three different species.
    #11158564 - 09/30/09 07:14 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

All these species were found growing at the bottom of a hill near a stream.

Species 1:

I think they might be a gymnopilus species.  Not sure at all though.

Habitat: Wood - Found in deciduous woods, growing straight from a fallen rotting tree.  Near a stream. 

Gills: The gill color is white to kind of pink

Stem: Whitish, somewhat fragile and yellowish with some greenish blue at the base.

Cap: light brown in the middle with a ring of dark brown on the outside, smooth, varies from less than an inch in diameter to about 1.5 inches at the most.  Some were bigger where they were found.

Bruising: No color change was observed.

Location: Picked in the Ohio river valley

I hope these ones are legit because there TONS growing there.  If more pics are needed, let me know.



Species 2:

I'm kinda sure these ones are liberty caps.

Gills: The gill color is white

Stem: Bluish-purple and very long.

Cap: Bluish purple at the top and turns white towards the outside.  Very small.

Bruising: Bluish-black



Species 3:

I don't think these are anything, but then again I am a newb hunter.

Same description as above, but all brown and no color change.  They have the same shape too.  I don't have a picture for them because I am at my upload limit.


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Re: Need ID on two, possibly three different species. [Re: Pluth]
    #11158712 - 09/30/09 07:34 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

1) Probably Armillaria
2) Mycena

Liberty caps do not grow in Ohio.


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Re: Need ID on two, possibly three different species. [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #11158953 - 09/30/09 08:12 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

I looked up the Mycena one on wikipedia and I was wondering which one you would think it is.

Also, is the first edible/psychoactive?

Thanks!


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Re: Need ID on two, possibly three different species. [Re: Pluth]
    #11159197 - 09/30/09 08:49 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

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Pluth said:
Also, is the first edible/psychoactive?

Thanks!




Maybe/NO! Some Armillarias are edible but none of them are "psychoactive".


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Re: Need ID on two, possibly three different species. [Re: thetonebone72]
    #11160048 - 09/30/09 10:38 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Thanks for your concern.  I was never planning on actually eating them if they weren't active.  I was just wondering:cool:.  I wish I had gone into mycology for my degree, but alas it is too late right now.  I might go into it later on in life.  Mushrooms are just fucking awesome!


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