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Yesterdays hunt
    #11220022 - 10/10/09 12:07 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

Went on a hunt yesterday in a section of woods I haven't hit in a few months. I first came across this guy

A fall oyster? nope, a Hypsizygus! Thanks etibem. I didn't gather it. I am thinking I should have though.
Next are some Galerinas

Not really sure what this guy is. I found it on the same log as the galerinas.

Pluteus Longistriatus I assume? Spore print is salmon color. Nope, Pluteus granularis, Thanks MM.

Coral, Ramaria stricta. Is tightly branched and growing off well rotted wood.

The late fall polypore, Ischnoderma resinosum.

This is a huge patch of what I believe to be honey mushroom. I took a young sample. White spore print.



I did find a few chants. None were really any good but it was still nice to see a few. I was able to gather 3 that were still edible.

A few puffballs. Not sure which yet.

I need an ID on this. Not sure what it is. Growing on a well rotted log. Spore print is rust orange. Taste is bland. No bitterness. Cap was 2" wide and the stem was 1.75" long.



I have more pics but apparently I have exceeded my upload limit for this week.


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: lqdtrance]
    #11220060 - 10/10/09 12:14 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

Nice hunt brother!!!:thumbup:
Thats a great patch of honey mushies - ive never tryed them though with all the reports of uncertain edibility

Those last ones look like a pholiota species.....wait for a ti do get down to the exact one

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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: sporeRider]
    #11220062 - 10/10/09 12:15 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

I have some other nice finds I want to post. I just gotta wait now.


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: lqdtrance]
    #11220102 - 10/10/09 12:28 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

you sure thats an Ischnoderma and not a Fomitopsis?
the mushroom on the log with the Galerina is a Helvella sp, Gyromitra infula is another like that, which can grow on logs, that genus usually grows in leaf hummus.


Edited by cyanophilus (10/10/09 12:34 PM)


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: cyanophilus]
    #11220134 - 10/10/09 12:33 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

your honey mushrooms - I dont know about the rotten ones but the fresh specimens u posted definitely are.

the puffballs - post more pics of these.

the one you need an ID on - probably a Pholiota sp


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: cyanophilus]
    #11220159 - 10/10/09 12:39 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

Thanks. I dont have any other pics of the puffballs. That was the only one I took of them. As far as the Ischnoderma, I could be wrong. It had a brownish liquid it was extruding on a young sample. I have a pic but I need to upload it.


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: lqdtrance]
    #11222529 - 10/10/09 08:41 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

1 is a Hypsizygus
the last one could be Pholiota albocrenulata


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: You can all etibem]
    #11222611 - 10/10/09 08:53 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

Nice! Thanks for the ID's. I knew I should have grabbed that hypsizygus. I thought for sure it was an oyster.


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: lqdtrance]
    #11222653 - 10/10/09 09:02 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

#7 are definitely Honey mushrooms. If you decide to eat them be sure to parboil them before eating. I found that some people get an upset stomach from them if they are not cooked well but after I par boil them my whole family eats them without any problems we actually love these battered and deep fried


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: Time Ed]
    #11222941 - 10/10/09 09:49 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

I haven't tried any yet myself. I always try ones that I have found. I might grab a few next time. Thanks for the tip.


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: lqdtrance]
    #11222949 - 10/10/09 09:50 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

great pictures

looks like a fun hunt


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: subject]
    #11223009 - 10/10/09 10:03 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

Good job! That's quite a honey mushroom hole....I collected a bunch today. It's kinda scary here cause there's a bunch of eastern european types running around the woods with very long knives! :madpirate:


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: lqdtrance]
    #11223451 - 10/10/09 11:38 PM (8 years, 8 days ago)

This is what I do

Wash off Honey mushrooms, clip off bottoms
Bring a large pot to a rolling boil(use the lid it will boil faster)
Dump in Honey mushrooms but don't fill over the water level
Cover with lid,and bring back to a rolling boil
Drain, rinse and you can either freeze or eat.
Our favorite is I make a beer batter, dip and deep fry. My kids eat them as they cool
NJOY


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: lqdtrance]
    #11223884 - 10/11/09 12:48 AM (8 years, 8 days ago)

Quote:

lqdtrance said:

Pluteus Longistriatus I assume? Spore print is salmon color.






Nah, that's the wrinkled cap Pluteus, Pluteus granularis..  I haven't found it often.  P. longistriatus is a little mushroom.  It gets its name from the long striations that go from the center of the cap to the margin.

Pluteus longistriatus.


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: Mr. Mushrooms]
    #11223918 - 10/11/09 12:52 AM (8 years, 8 days ago)

Thank you sir for the correction!! I will edit that and make note. :thumbup:


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Re: Yesterdays hunt [Re: lqdtrance]
    #11225161 - 10/11/09 08:20 AM (8 years, 7 days ago)

Loved the oysters.


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updated pics!! [Re: lqdtrance]
    #11244325 - 10/14/09 08:26 AM (8 years, 4 days ago)

Here are more of the photos.
Another small chant that I came across. All in all I got about 4 small chanterelles. Kind of nice still seeing them out there. Makes me look forward to next year already!

Unsure what this guy is. This is a lone pic of it and no others. I failed to gather any info on it as well. Oh well, enjoy the pic.

These were the first time I have come across these. They are ear looking. Growing off a rotting log. The log was far to gone for me too tell what kind of wood. I am calling this Tremiscus helvelloides.


I pretty much found these when I looked up the bank on some logs. I am calling them Hericium coralloides.


Not sure what these are. Found growing from the ground with a lot of pine tree litter. I never grabbed one for a print though. Location is NY. Size is aprox. .5" wide cap, 1-1.5" tall stem.

Further down the creek I found this Amanita. Which amanita I am unsure of. My guess would be Amanita brunnescens, the cleft foot amanita.

These lil guys popped out from under my feet to say "hello". They must have known I was nearing the end of my trip. Presenting - Helvella macropus.

All in all it was a good hunt. The forest once again providing for her children. This is an area I hunt often. I haven't been there in quite a while though. It was nice to say hello to some friends like this guy coming out to greet me -


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Re: updated pics!! [Re: lqdtrance]
    #11245942 - 10/14/09 03:08 PM (8 years, 4 days ago)

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Unsure what this guy is. This is a lone pic of it and no others. I failed to gather any info on it as well. Oh well, enjoy the pic.




Inocybe.

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Not sure what these are. Found growing from the ground with a lot of pine tree litter. I never grabbed one for a print though. Location is NY. Size is aprox. .5" wide cap, 1-1.5" tall stem.




Inocybe.

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Further down the creek I found this Amanita. Which amanita I am unsure of. My guess would be Amanita brunnescens, the cleft foot amanita.




Sounds good to me.


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Re: updated pics!! [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #11246123 - 10/14/09 03:39 PM (8 years, 4 days ago)

Thanks for the ID's on the Inocybes.


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Re: updated pics!! [Re: lqdtrance]
    #11246925 - 10/14/09 05:45 PM (8 years, 4 days ago)

Nice finds, man! Did you gather the Hericium? I'd call that Amanita citrina.


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