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OfflineCaliforniaLove
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A Whole Bunch of IDs Needed.
    #11413773 - 11/08/09 10:06 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Well, after a nice long day of hunting in the bay area I have a ton of mushrooms that are in need of identifying. So a big thank you in advance to helper posters. These were all found in northern california...at the very least i would like to know if they are active, poisonous or edible but the name/sp. would also be nice!....please note the numbers before each individual one


1.
Habitat:
growing on a log that seemed healthy in a pine forest

Gills:
slightly yellow

Stem:
short and fat, hallow, vertical lines, flesh colored inside

Cap:
conical, spotting from top down, spots are redish brown

Spore print color:
none yet

Bruising:
redish brown

Other information:
growing alone and is very meaty...has a web like thin cover on bottom peeling away (view pic)






2.Habitat:
growing on the floor of a pine forest in mixed wood chips

Gills:
no gills they are pores that are brown yellowish

Stem:
thick and meaty

Cap:
conical dark top to lighter brown. dark brown ring around the edge

Spore print color:
none yet

Bruising:
redish brown

Other information:
none


3.

Habitat:
growing on the floor of a pine forest around decaying pine tree

Gills:
white and spread out

Stem:
thick and meaty also the inside is the same color as the gils

Cap:
conical very dark top and seems to be wet and sicky all the time

Spore print color:
none yet

Bruising:
view stem pic below

Other information:
the stem and cap are very moist and the cap is still wet after a few hours of being picked



4.
Habitat:
growing on the floor of a pine forest in grass and some weeds

Gills:
white and close together

Stem:
not thin not thick is hallow and same color as the cap

Cap:
wavy convex when young and concave when mature

Spore print color:
none yet

Bruising:
none

Other information:
this whole mushie has a varying color of light to dark orange





5.
Habitat:
growing on the floor of a pine forest

Gills:
white

Stem:
thinner hallow and slightly darker than the cap longer stem

Cap:
conical almost concave when mature...slightly darker in center

Spore print color:
none yet

Bruising:
none

Other information:
grew in clusters and single..found lots :smile:





6.
Habitat:
growing on the floor of a pine forest

Gills:
white and slightly brown

Stem:
short and thinner hallow

Cap:
bumpy darker brown very minor spotting

Spore print color:
none yet

Bruising:
none

Other information:
nothing too special





7.
Habitat:
growing in and around rotting tree stumps 

Gills:
yellow greenish

Stem:
long thinner wavy same color as cap hallow

Cap:
yellow toward rim and orangeish at top convex

Spore print color:
none yet

Bruising:
maybe...some brownish red...again maybe it is bruising

Other information:
these were growing in wood chips on decaying wood and in the actual tree stump, grew in clusters....below are pics of a range of maturity







8.
Habitat:
growing on the bottom of a pine forest

Gills:
brown

Stem:
long thin same color as cap

Cap:
convex light and dark brown and kinda shiny....gets darker around rim

Spore print color:
none yet

Bruising:
none yet

Other information:
very picture perfect type of mushie


9.
Habitat:
growing on the bottom of a pine forest and in grassy area did not grow in clusters

Gills:
white and light brown

Cap:
light brown convex and pointy

Stem:
skinny curvy and notconical has vertical line and minor cracking at edge

Spore print color:
none yet

Bruising:
none yet

Other information:
these are relatively small but grew over an entire grass portion of the forest





10.
Habitat:
in heavy grass type forest

Gills:
very close together and whiteish brown

Stem:
skinny but rather tall hallow and strong

Cap:
dark brown not a perfect circle a tiny bit wavy when mature some hav e white around rim

Spore print color:
none yet

Bruising:
none yet

Other information:
they grew individually and have a very unique dark brown






11.
Habitat:
bottom of pine forest mixed with some grass

Gills:
dark brown

Stem:
thick meaty and relatively tall

Cap:
light brown

Spore print color:
none yet

Bruising:
was redish when wet around the rim

Other information:
was growing by itself and is huge



Edited by CaliforniaLove (11/08/09 10:35 PM)


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Re: A Whole Bunch of IDs Needed. [Re: CaliforniaLove]
    #11413794 - 11/08/09 10:09 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

sry about the large photos i am going through now to give thumbnails


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Re: A Whole Bunch of IDs Needed. [Re: CaliforniaLove]
    #11413898 - 11/08/09 10:20 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

I like your Smith & Wesson SWAT knife.

In the bunch I saw some Hypholomas, what looked like a Tricholoma, some Psatyrelaas, and one or two others I didn't eyeball.


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Re: A Whole Bunch of IDs Needed. [Re: CaliforniaLove]
    #11413972 - 11/08/09 10:29 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

1) Gymnopilus, probably luteofolius.  They like pine logs.
2) Suillus
3) Maybe Gomphidius
4) Rhodocollybia butyracea
5) Hypholoma fasciculare.  Though the large picture is something else.
6) Gymnopus dryophilus
7) Hypholoma fasciculare
8) Psathyrella
9) Mycena
11) Agaricus


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Re: A Whole Bunch of IDs Needed. [Re: Ieponumos]
    #11414026 - 11/08/09 10:36 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

ok the thumbs shud be fixed....

thanx i love that knife...are you naming ones that u think mine are or ones u found?


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Re: A Whole Bunch of IDs Needed. [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #11414081 - 11/08/09 10:43 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Quote:

Alan Rockefeller said:
1) Gymnopilus, probably luteofolius.  They like pine logs.
2) Suillus
3) Maybe Gomphidius
4) Rhodocollybia butyracea
5) Hypholoma fasciculare.  Though the large picture is something else.
6) Gymnopus dryophilus
7) Hypholoma fasciculare
8) Psathyrella
9) Mycena
11) Agaricus




5 and 7 are not the same...the color shape and even smell are different

and how about 4 being cyans?


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Re: A Whole Bunch of IDs Needed. [Re: CaliforniaLove]
    #11414162 - 11/08/09 10:54 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Quote:

CaliforniaLove said:
Quote:

Alan Rockefeller said:
1) Gymnopilus, probably luteofolius.  They like pine logs.





and how about 4 being cyans?





I'd take Alan's judgment on the matter of #4. I'd be all over #1 though, It's most likely active.


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Re: A Whole Bunch of IDs Needed. [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #11414188 - 11/08/09 10:57 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Quote:

Quote:

Alan Rockefeller said:
5) Hypholoma fasciculare.  Though the large picture is something else.




5 and 7 are not the same...the color shape and even smell are different







So you are saying 5 is not a mixed collection and it has white gills.  Definitely something else then, maybe Gymnopus but probably not.


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and how about 4 being cyans?





I would be happy to tell you that 4 are cyans.  Just let me know if you want me to do that.  But it would not change them from Rhodocollybia into Psilocybe. 

And then a whole lot of people would start bitching because they only look like cyans from the top, once you flip it over they look nothing like cyans.


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Re: A Whole Bunch of IDs Needed. [Re: CaliforniaLove]
    #11414346 - 11/08/09 11:15 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

7 has a much sweeter smell than 5... 7 is much more yellow and has yellow gills 5 has white gills. 7 has wavy stems and 5 is straight plus 7 has a bit of red in it heres a side by side pic but it does not do much justice for these have both been picked for a while




ok well those were just my thoughts about 4


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Re: A Whole Bunch of IDs Needed. [Re: CaliforniaLove]
    #11415352 - 11/09/09 01:14 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

i also remember 4 having some kind of "fur" underneath but it was very little


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