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Lots of rain = Lots of fun
    #14647683 - 06/21/11 12:30 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

First of all, found that my favourite Artomyces pyxidatus spots are thriving again, which allowed me to snag this:

and this is the end result of 3 foraging spots:

I also found something, it looks like a chanterelle, am I right?




Are these more Hygrophorus marginatus? they look kinda like it.
Spore print is bright orange, like their gills





I found these, I was hoping for Gyms, but I wasn't holding my breath. The spore print color is rusty orange/brown






I found these stubborn guys on the path I take, they haven't grown at all in the last few days, I don't think they're puffballs, but I don't think they're the amantias either. am I wrong?



Finally, I saw these guys and took their picture, no idea what they are but the look purdy. :smile:


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: naturesrevolt]
    #14647698 - 06/21/11 12:34 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

your Gymnopilus is actually a Pluteus. Your last picture is Trametes versicolor.  the "chanterelle" pics are too blurry to make any details out so i cant tell you for sure what it is.

are you gonna eat that coral fungus?

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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: Lernx]
    #14647715 - 06/21/11 12:38 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

Yeah, I don't know the best way to cook it though, any ideas?


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: naturesrevolt]
    #14647727 - 06/21/11 12:41 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

stir-fry


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: naturesrevolt]
    #14647729 - 06/21/11 12:41 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

nope, not a one lol. sorry man. ive never had them. i guess sauteing them wouldnt be bad. i seem to recall reading that although some species may be edible, they tend to be pretty rough on your stomache. :shrug: i dunno tho. let me know how it tastes!


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: Lernx]
    #14647737 - 06/21/11 12:43 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

which pluteus is it? some of them are edible. I hear they can be rough on the stomach in big amounts too. Also, stir fry with just oil, or butter? or something different?


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: Lernx]
    #14647740 - 06/21/11 12:43 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

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your Gymnopilus is actually a Pluteus. Your last picture is Trametes versicolor.  the "chanterelle" pics are too blurry to make any details out so i cant tell you for sure what it is.

are you gonna eat that coral fungus?

:cheers:




I think the "chanterelle" is a Gomphus species or something similar.


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: Ieponumos]
    #14647752 - 06/21/11 12:47 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

Probably Pluteus cervinus. ive seen them get quite pale.




hahah derrr im thinking of Gomphidius. not Gomphus. you could be right


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: Lernx]
    #14647769 - 06/21/11 12:50 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

here's the funnel shaped one better, damn slugs tried to take a bite out of it:



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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: naturesrevolt]
    #14647775 - 06/21/11 12:51 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

i think i see gills on it im not sure. can you describe the gills as detailed as you can?


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: Lernx]
    #14647788 - 06/21/11 12:55 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

gills are thin, white, numerous, and in some spots chewed on.


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: naturesrevolt]
    #14647796 - 06/21/11 12:58 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

maybe but probably not Pleurocybella porrigens? maybe it was growing off some dead wood?


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: Lernx]
    #14647819 - 06/21/11 01:03 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

the chantrelle looks like a clitocybe to me. guessing....


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: Sonny Cheeba]
    #14648046 - 06/21/11 01:50 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

gonna wait for a TI to swing along for the other ones.


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: naturesrevolt]
    #14648251 - 06/21/11 02:32 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

that white one in the blurry picture looks a lot like Gomphus Clavatus but the color is different than anything I've seen (PNW clavatus have a red, fleshy coloration)

definitely gomphus shape

by "gills" could you also say they look more vein/ridge like than typical gills you'd find on any agaric or garden variety mushroom?

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  (sry i sounded like a jerk-face)


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: PrecariousCibarius]
    #14648344 - 06/21/11 02:47 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

if it has regular gills I wouldn't rule out clitocybe.. hard to tell.

awaiting TI


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: PrecariousCibarius]
    #14648403 - 06/21/11 03:05 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

I'm doing the best I can with what I've got.


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: naturesrevolt]
    #14648417 - 06/21/11 03:06 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

no worries man. are you using a phone? got a camera? it should have a macro mode (flower symbol) and try using natural light


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: naturesrevolt]
    #14648431 - 06/21/11 03:09 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

can you describe the gills? raised vein-ish? or regular?


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Re: Lots of rain = Lots of fun [Re: Lernx]
    #14648441 - 06/21/11 03:10 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

it was cloudy from the incoming rain when I took the pictures, and unfortunately, it's from a phone's camera because my nikon got busted by a 6 year old with ODD.

The gills I see look quite normal compared to the gills of all the other mushrooms I listed. they're somewhat closer spaced than other mushrooms, but still big enough to see them.


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