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OfflineoO_wombat_Oo
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Pics of today's find
    #1458007 - 04/14/03 08:50 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Edit: Sorry for not using the thumbnails feature, after I viewed the post, I realised I probably should have. But then again, if you didn?t want to see the pics, I guess you wouldn?t have viewed the thread! I just hate having to click on the bloody things myself, so I decided to save everyone else the hassle

Well, I didn?t find anything active, but I did find a few rather unsual looking mushrooms. If anyone can ID any of them, I would be interested.

Apologies for the quality of some of these pictures - my new digital camera is unfortunately automatic, and I can?t stop the bloody thing focusing on the ground behind the mushroom instead of the actual mushroom! Anyhoo...



Sorry about the lighting. These smelly, slimey, dog?s-dick-looking mushrooms were everywhere!


Dunno what these little things are...




Growing in a dark corner...


Same mushrooms as above


More dog?s-dick-looking mushrooms, but slightly different from the first ones


And another different dick-looking shroom...




Pretty little things with slimey caps



Edited by oO_wombat_Oo (04/14/03 09:00 PM)


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: oO_wombat_Oo]
    #1458022 - 04/14/03 08:57 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

The first 6th and 7th pics are stinkhorns, and the last one is Naematoloma(Hypholoma) aurantiaca. Nice pics.

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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: oO_wombat_Oo]
    #1458060 - 04/14/03 09:06 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

The 1st has the name "Devils Dipstick"

hehe.


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: spores]
    #1458094 - 04/14/03 09:15 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

The Stink Horn (pic #6) looks like a "Lizard Claw" or "Phallales Clathraceae" We Chinese consider it a Great delicacy.Pic #1 looks like an "Elegant Stinkhorn" or Phallales Phallaceae.It might help a little to know some details of your find.What they were growing on where they were growing at etc..


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: Raadt]
    #1458097 - 04/14/03 09:16 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

pink gills are agaricus correct?


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: Amanita_Dreamer]
    #1458106 - 04/14/03 09:18 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Well, I just got a definite ID for the first one:- Mutinus elegans.

Did a quick search on google and found it here, if anyone's even interested!


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: oO_wombat_Oo]
    #1458265 - 04/14/03 09:58 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

The Stink Horn (pic #6) looks like a "Lizard Claw" or "Phallales Clathraceae" We Chinese consider it a Great delicacy. It might help a little to know some details of your find.What they were growing on where they were growing at etc..


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: blaze2]
    #1458310 - 04/14/03 10:10 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Pink gills dont definetly mean agaricus( i beleive) Cuz Agaricus have more Chocolate-Brown Spores.


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: FocusHawaii]
    #1458320 - 04/14/03 10:13 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

my bad i thought they had pink gills if they dont then which genus does?


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: blaze2]
    #1458327 - 04/14/03 10:14 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: blaze2]
    #1458893 - 04/15/03 12:46 AM (13 years, 7 months ago)

blaze2 - what you're thinking of is that a lot of species of Agaricus will have pink gills when they are young, before the spores have developed. Gill color before the spores develop can be a useful character for identifying some species of Agaricus.

Entoloma, Pluteus, and Volvariella (and several obscure genera) will develop pinkish gills as the spores mature.


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: ToxicMan]
    #1459144 - 04/15/03 02:53 AM (13 years, 7 months ago)

ahh okay i was a little confused cause i could almost swear that i had read that agaricus have pink gills on here before. but now i understand thanks toxic. peace

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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: Amanita_Dreamer]
    #1459359 - 04/15/03 05:07 AM (13 years, 7 months ago)

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The Stink Horn (pic #6) looks like a "Lizard Claw" or "Phallales Clathraceae" We Chinese consider it a Great delicacy. It might help a little to know some details of your find.What they were growing on where they were growing at etc..




I heard that they're good while in their egg form. How do you prepare them?

BTW Phallales is order name & Clathraceae is family name. (http://sn2000.taxonomy.nl/Main/Classification/2984.htm)
Species in the picture #1 & #6 could be from Mutinus genus (order Phallales, family Phallaceae). pics


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: zeronio]
    #1459374 - 04/15/03 05:17 AM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Don't know exactly but i'll ask my mom shes from the OLD country i'll get back to you on that one.


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: Amanita_Dreamer]
    #1459624 - 04/15/03 08:43 AM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Ask her also if they have any medicinal properties. I wouldn't be surprised if they're used to treat impotency. :smile:


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: zeronio]
    #1459668 - 04/15/03 09:30 AM (13 years, 7 months ago)

You have in no particular order: Phallus Hadriani or impudicus which looks like a penis, what i believe to be and i think the red one could be a hypholoma, but it looks very much like Stropharia Aurantiaca
Also one looks like Agaricus Xanthoderma and if it stained yellow on damage, Id swear that it was.


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Re: Pics of today's find [Re: FocusHawaii]
    #1459763 - 04/15/03 10:41 AM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Agaricus silvaticus and several othres have pink gills int he young stages and then turn chocolate-brown or darker with age. HEre are a few agaricus with their pink gills.


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See the pink gills.



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