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Mushroom Id Need Help on Multiple Species Please
    #11357346 - 10/31/09 02:42 PM (8 years, 7 months ago)

Species a



Habitat:
Where does it grow?
Mediterrenean, Greece, Aprox. 300m height, Woods. Grows on pine cone and leaves of pine trees and other trees.

Gills:
White,gills  not attached.

Stem:
Thin. Approx. 5cm height.

Cap:
conical bell shape  arround 1-2cm.

Spore print color:
Black.

Bruising:
Some bruising did occur but i can say for sure.

Other information:
I these parts of the forest, deer and other small animals exist. No cows or horses however.



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Species b



Habitat:
Where does it grow?
Mediterrenean, Greece, Aprox. 1000m height, Woods.
Grows on dead humid tree.

Gills:
White,gills  not attached.

Stem:
Thin. Approx. 5cm height.

Cap:
conical bell shape  arround 2-3cm.

Spore print color:
Don't have on eyet. The mushrooms are too wet to make one or they don't have spores yet.
I placed them on paper for two hours(cap only) and no spore print out...

Bruising:
Some bruising did occur but not blue colored.

Other information:
In these parts of the forest, deer and other small animals exist. No cows or horses however.
The mushrooms were growing alltogether on this dead tree. Th tree was absoltely covered as you can se in the photos.

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Species c



Habitat:
Where does it grow?
Mediterrenean, Greece, Aprox. 1000m height, Woods.
soil-dirt

Gills:
No gills

Stem:
If excisting short and fat

Cap:
ball shaped. 4-7cm

Spore print color:
No spore print -no gills

Bruising:
No bruising. they were already off their roots as if they had fallen there.

Other information:
In these parts of the forest, deer and other small animals exist. No cows or horses however.

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Species d



Habitat:

Mediterrenean, Greece, Aprox. 1000m height, Woods.
Grows on ground

Gills:
White,gills  not attached.

Stem:
Big  and splitted in two like a tree root or alike. 14cm height.

Cap:
conical  shape  arround 7cm.

Spore print color:
No spore print yet.

Bruising:
Some bruising did occur but not blue colored.

Other information:
In these parts of the forest, deer and other small animals exist. No cows or horses however.
This mushroom was generally big compared to other in this are.(don't know if that helps.).

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Species e



These are multiple species i found and because images and information were inadequate i just put them alltogether in case something rings a bell to someone...

Habitat:

Mediterrenean, Greece, Aprox. 300-1000m height, Woods.
Grow on dead leaves, dirt, or tree barks.

Gills:
Multiple

Stem:
Multiple

Cap:
Multiple

Spore print color:
N/A

Bruising:
N/A

Other information:
In these parts of the forest, deer and other small animals exist. No cows or horses however.
Is any "ACTIVE"? Or unsafe?
You may choose only one
ACTIVE?
Unsafe?


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Edited by Dr76 (10/31/09 02:44 PM)


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Re: Mushroom Id Need Help on Multiple Species Please [Re: Dr76]
    #11359058 - 10/31/09 07:54 PM (8 years, 7 months ago)

I do not know if i should make this a post or a poll:(
really i do not know the difference here...sorry...

i just need information as i try to enter mycology and educate my self...


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Re: Mushroom Id Need Help on Multiple Species Please [Re: Dr76]
    #11359085 - 10/31/09 07:58 PM (8 years, 7 months ago)

I don't see any active mushrooms in your collection. I am sure one of the trusted identifiers will be around soon to help. Great ID request by the way. This is how all the ID request should be done.


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Re: Mushroom Id Need Help on Multiple Species Please [Re: fliped]
    #11359096 - 10/31/09 07:59 PM (8 years, 7 months ago)

Was just going to say the same thing...... The only thread ive seen with proper ID request. Bravo :thumbup:


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Re: Mushroom Id Need Help on Multiple Species Please [Re: dicky21]
    #11359357 - 10/31/09 08:46 PM (8 years, 7 months ago)

"I don't see any active mushrooms in your collection. I am sure one of the trusted identifiers will be around soon to help. Great ID request by the way. This is how all the ID request should be done."

"Was just going to say the same thing...... The only thread ive seen with proper ID request. Bravo"

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Thank you very much fliped and dicky21.

We do have a wide variety of mushrooms in the whole region of Greece, and i would like to learn more about it. There used to be a tradition in gathering and eating wild mushrooms that as the past generations passed, knowledge has not been transmitted to us youngers.
This post, seemed to me the only way to begin to understand the world of mushrooms and gradually built some knowledge over the matter. In fact i believe i still miss  information and evenbe additional more detailed photos of the subjects.


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Re: Mushroom Id Need Help on Multiple Species Please [Re: Dr76]
    #11359382 - 10/31/09 08:51 PM (8 years, 7 months ago)

Stick around on this forum .... you'll learn sooooo much.... :thumbup:


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