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Curious mushroom.
    #11215723 - 10/09/09 04:08 PM (8 years, 10 days ago)







I'm not looking for a psychedelic mushroom ID
Habitat:
I found it growing on a small hill we have in our back yard just coming from the grass/ground. I live in Greenwood, IN. It's been raining for like the past 3 days and these have shown up.

Gills:
Yellowish, attached, pores, sponge like.

Stem:
Length 2-3', diameter depending on size this one was over 1/4', color white/yellow, rough, hollow/solid N/A, thin/thick thick stem, etc.

Cap:
Diameter 3+', yellowish, texture smooth, slightly bumpy, wet(rain)

Bruising:
Color that the mushroom bruises, if any. Doubtful it's any short of active, just wondering if it's edible.

Other information:
Found in patches of some species.


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Re: Curious mushroom. [Re: Cyris69]
    #11215748 - 10/09/09 04:11 PM (8 years, 10 days ago)

Suillus sp.
Very nice pictures!


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Re: Curious mushroom. [Re: Cyris69]
    #11215749 - 10/09/09 04:11 PM (8 years, 10 days ago)

not active. fry them with stuff. nummy


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Re: Curious mushroom. [Re: Cyris69]
    #11215754 - 10/09/09 04:12 PM (8 years, 10 days ago)

Boletus sp?


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Re: Curious mushroom. [Re: slackophage]
    #11215786 - 10/09/09 04:17 PM (8 years, 10 days ago)

Hmm, the porous does look like the genus Suillus, I just can't find the species with a similar cap color. The Suillus granulatus looks to be the closest.

http://www.dikorosi.lv/en/725
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suillus


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Re: Curious mushroom. [Re: Cyris69]
    #11215862 - 10/09/09 04:30 PM (8 years, 10 days ago)

I love to eat mushrooms, but I have never eaten any wild picked since I am in no way capable of knowing what is edible and what is a quick trip to the morgue. We have other of this species, well look a likes around all the time some that look like portabella not a spongy underbelly.

Boletus curtisii does look like it as well.

I'd love to cook these up if I knew 100% I'd be alright.


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Re: Curious mushroom. [Re: German Kahuna]
    #11215927 - 10/09/09 04:42 PM (8 years, 10 days ago)

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German Kahuna said:
Suillus sp.
Very nice pictures!




Also, thanks for your quick reply. As well as everyone else. I just noticed your in the small list of trusted IDers so I do feel safe trying them. Are they ok to eat raw, washed first of course. I read they are not highly esteemed so prob not that tastey.


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Re: Curious mushroom. [Re: Cyris69]
    #11216073 - 10/09/09 05:07 PM (8 years, 10 days ago)

The best advice is to consume them cooked. Apart from the fact that the mycochitin of which mushroom cell walls are made is very hard to break down for our stomach and which cooking helps to break up, many potentially dangerous (or at least unpleasant) substances in mushrooms are neutralized by cooking them.


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Re: Curious mushroom. [Re: Cyris69]
    #11216076 - 10/09/09 05:08 PM (8 years, 10 days ago)

youll probably want to find a recipie and cook them before eating them. will taste better and all that latexy stuff that might upset your stomach will get cooked out. fyi it doesnt upset everyone but some people. just so ya know. but yea id cook em first


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Re: Curious mushroom. [Re: Cyris69]
    #11216347 - 10/09/09 06:02 PM (8 years, 10 days ago)

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Are they ok to eat raw, washed first of course.




I wouldn't.  A few people have problems with allergic reactions to Suillus, even cooked.  Its best to peel the cap cuticle to avoid gastric problems.


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Re: Curious mushroom. [Re: Cyris69]
    #11218251 - 10/10/09 12:45 AM (8 years, 10 days ago)

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Cyris69 said:
Hmm, the porous does look like the genus Suillus, I just can't find the species with a similar cap color. The Suillus granulatus looks to be the closest.




You have Suillus americanus (the slimy yellow one) and S. brevipes


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