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high sierra's (8500-9000 ft)
    #11172212 - 10/03/09 12:08 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

i think this is hydnum scabrosum





several lactarius collections:shrug:








some kind of cort i think, thats all i got




pholiota





Laetiporus





gomphus floccosus (group?)






ramaria



im not sure what this is, this one in the pic is pretty old and dry/crumbly, but i have a smaller one that is fresh, it is varnished and the top is completely brown, i believe them to be the same??



bolete id request.

bruised blue, mild to slightly bitter.





thanks guys, enjoy.


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: johnnyblaze2316]
    #11172306 - 10/03/09 12:36 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Cool pics bro! :headbanger:


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: Twiztidsage]
    #11172496 - 10/03/09 01:17 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Nice f'in coloring on that bolete!


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: johnnyblaze2316]
    #11172540 - 10/03/09 01:30 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Those are some very interesting species!  Unlike those found in the early or mid Summer during Bolete Season.

Ah, makes me miss the mountains up there!

Those varnished polypores are probably Ganoderma oregonense or Fomitopsis pinicola.

Not sure about the staining Bolete, but it sure is cool looking.

Edit:  On second thought, it looks like an out of season B. rubripes.
Or less likely, a nice B. calopus var. frustosus.


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: CureCat]
    #11172695 - 10/03/09 02:01 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

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Those are some very interesting species!  Unlike those found in the early or mid Summer during Bolete Season.




definitely, havent seen these yet up here. this is my first fall hunting at that elevation, it got a little sprinkle and i ran up there hoping to see fall mushrooms and this is definitely a new find for me, i found nothing close to it during spring-summer.

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Ah, makes me miss the mountains up there!




who doesnt love the sierras

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Those varnished polypores are probably Ganoderma oregonense or Fomitopsis pinicola.




thank you



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Not sure about the staining Bolete, but it sure is cool looking.

Edit:  On second thought, it looks like an out of season B. rubripes.
Or less likely, a nice B. calopus var. frustosus.





here i have some pictures of some older ones that i did not collect and the pores were reddish, maybe they could be the same?, i just posted these young ones 'cus i collected them.
here, sorry for holding out.




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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: IcelandicSojourn]
    #11172697 - 10/03/09 02:02 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

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Cool pics bro! :headbanger:



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Nice f'in coloring on that bolete!




:thumbup:


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: johnnyblaze2316]
    #11172745 - 10/03/09 02:13 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Huh...  They might be the same.  If that is the case, then my initial guesses are way off.  Otherwise, you may be dealing with two distinct species.

How closely was the young one from the older ones with reddish pores, or what features make you think that they might be the same?


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: CureCat]
    #11172866 - 10/03/09 02:38 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

they were like 5-6 feet away....

and just because the bases were pinkish, the stem coloring....

im not saying they were the same... at the time i didnt think they were so i wasnt going to screw w/ them, red pores and all.......but maybe they are the same and the young ones are still pale pored ?? :shrug:


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: johnnyblaze2316]
    #11173542 - 10/03/09 06:18 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Mad. :thumbup:


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: johnnyblaze2316]
    #11173560 - 10/03/09 06:31 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Very nice hunting grounds.


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: German Kahuna]
    #11173663 - 10/03/09 08:02 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

that bolet looks like some colored marshmallow :tongue2:



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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: German Kahuna]
    #11174776 - 10/03/09 02:47 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

:thumbup:


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: johnnyblaze2316]
    #11175178 - 10/03/09 03:55 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

very cool pics, and great hunt
the season will be with us soon enough


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: cyanophilus]
    #11175233 - 10/03/09 04:04 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

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very cool pics, and great hunt
the season will be with us soon enough





im thinking about researching the art of ancient native american rain dancing....:grin:


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: johnnyblaze2316]
    #11175903 - 10/03/09 05:57 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Nice mushrooms. That bolete is dope. :blazed:


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: Agent 47]
    #11176461 - 10/03/09 07:55 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: johnnyblaze2316]
    #11178541 - 10/04/09 03:32 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

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im not sure what this is, this one in the pic is pretty old and dry/crumbly, but i have a smaller one that is fresh, it is varnished and the top is completely brown, i believe them to be the same??







here are the pics of the fresh one that was up there, i cannot find a match so i hope this helps.





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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: johnnyblaze2316]
    #11178588 - 10/04/09 04:07 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

I'm pretty certain that that is G. oregonense.

This species is the common "Reishi" in the PNW and Northern CA, and is often darker brown and less red than the other "Reishi" (varnished Ganoderma) species.

It prefers Conifers, namely Pseudotsuga spp. (Douglas Fir), Pinus spp. (Pines), Abies spp. (true Firs), and Tsuga spp. (Hemlock).

Compare with some other collections from Mushroom Observer.


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: CureCat]
    #11180273 - 10/04/09 02:51 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

ahh there we go, thanks, the only ones i were seeing were more red, thanks again.


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Re: high sierra's (8500-9000 ft) [Re: johnnyblaze2316]
    #11180818 - 10/04/09 04:34 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

i made a tea from a little bit of the fresh one.......

this is bitter as hell!, but worth it i guess....???


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