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Melding?
    #11397226 - 11/06/09 01:09 PM (7 years, 11 months ago)

I visited a friend to check out his grow, and he showed me two interesting fruits. They grew toward each others' bases, and as they got pulled down by their own weight, one was resting on the other's base, and they had felty mycelial coverings (I noticed many of his fruits did) at their bases. This happened here, and where one fruit was touching the felty base of the other they got stuck together.

We tried pulling them apart in the fruiting chamber, but we didn't want to disturb the trays too much...they were stuck. When he harvested he was able to pull them apart, and they came apart smoothly, however it seemed to me the hyphal tissue of the stipe was possibly growing into the soft mycelial covering of the base...indeed when he pulled them apart that mycelial covering was gone.

Have any of you encountered this? I'd like him to experiment some more with this but who knows what he'll do :lol:

I took a few pictures:






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Re: Melding? [Re: kydelic]
    #11397472 - 11/06/09 01:46 PM (7 years, 11 months ago)

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however it seemed to me the hyphal tissue of the stipe was possibly growing into the soft mycelial covering of the base...indeed when he pulled them apart that mycelial covering was gone.




hyphal tissue?  hyphal knots are formed b4 pins and primordia so dont think hyphal tissue is the term your lookin to use.

mushrooms are 100% mycelium from top to bottom so its not gone.

since the myc is from the same organizim it grew together is all, I get siamese shrooms quite often.

I have seen several times a full fruitbody growing out from just the cap of another  mature mushroom.

let me get the pic and I'll post it in a minute.


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Re: Melding? [Re: 13shrooms]
    #11397516 - 11/06/09 01:51 PM (7 years, 11 months ago)



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Re: Melding? [Re: 13shrooms]
    #11397558 - 11/06/09 01:56 PM (7 years, 11 months ago)

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hyphal tissue?  hyphal knots are formed b4 pins and primordia so dont think hyphal tissue is the term your lookin to use.

mushrooms are 100% mycelium from top to bottom so its not gone.




Mycelium is a complex made up of hyphae (I am taking an advanced course in mycology right now)...mycelium is more like the 'zoom out', and the fruiting body is all condensed hyphal tissue.

I've seen those growing out of each other, but I was unclear if they grew like that, or if they were separate fruits that grew into each other and melded like the ones in these pictures.


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Re: Melding? [Re: kydelic]
    #11397627 - 11/06/09 02:05 PM (7 years, 11 months ago)

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they were separate fruits that grew into each other and melded like the ones in these pictures.




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Re: Melding? [Re: 13shrooms]
    #11398479 - 11/06/09 03:51 PM (7 years, 11 months ago)

Ahh, I never really knew that for sure, very interesting.


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