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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: suchen]
    #16004876 - 03/27/12 05:57 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

awesome find! Keep it up! I'll be looking sometime soon in Ohio

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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: Bobzimmer] * 1
    #16005167 - 03/27/12 07:03 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

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you said it best. I think I looked exactly like that when I saw them.  My wife said, "Oh... oh my... oh my god... come here now! oh my god!" 

All together it's been a great day.


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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: NVW 3CVdS]
    #16005184 - 03/27/12 07:09 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

here's a drying pic



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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: NVW 3CVdS]
    #16006022 - 03/27/12 10:12 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

nice friggin find man!!! :congrats:


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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: NVW 3CVdS]
    #16006074 - 03/27/12 10:24 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Howdy all... my god, Ive never seen them growing in clusters like that!!


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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: Vandalia]
    #16006741 - 03/28/12 02:10 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Wow, that is insane! :smile:

You found the mother load!

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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: knarkkorven]
    #16007381 - 03/28/12 08:15 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

giant clusters is the only way i have seen them, i hope i can transfer my patch, its gona get too big and random people are gona keep stumbling on it til cops get invovlted id project that for next year or year after that , mine just spreads and spreads getting huger and thicker


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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: tweekingTwak]
    #16008328 - 03/28/12 11:50 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Every authority I've heard speak on the subject implies they only last about 3 years, unless you feed them :shrug: I've had a spot for ovoids on MO for 2 years, and no one has tried to intervene, and stop it. I was out for 5 hours today, and I didn't find any:sad:

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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: SomeGuy]
    #16010673 - 03/28/12 08:14 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

my spot is in a public place and they entirely feed it :grin: its totally on some paul stamets advice for sure about government mulch

which i said only gets thicker and thicker each year is that normal its in a deep and vast bed


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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: tweekingTwak]
    #16010822 - 03/28/12 08:41 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

That sucks someguy! Hopefully your patch will come back.  Good luck man, they're out other somewhere.  When I'm hunting and not finding anything I wonder how many are within a given radius of me that I just can't find. Lol

My spot, which I found last year, is a wood lovers heavan.  I find so many mushrooms there. Not just ovoids. Utility workers deposited their mulch from cleanup there. And, the line of mulch is running north to south right on the edge of some woods. I've seen other lines of mulch like this on the Ohio river, but they have all been oriented in such a way that they get too much exposure from the sun and dry out fast.  They usually harbor a sporadic mushroom, but usually less than 1% as many as I find in my ovoid spot.


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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: NVW 3CVdS]
    #16010985 - 03/28/12 09:13 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Congrats on your find!  That's quite the haul.  I don't know how long you've lived in your area, but if it's been fairly long, then just imagine all those years, before you learned about Ovoids, when you drove past all these magic spots that you're now finding, without realizing how close you were to them!  Hooray for the Internet!

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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: NoBeginningNoEnd]
    #16012227 - 03/29/12 05:46 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

whats the general temperature there 60?:confused:





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NVW 3CVdS said:
That sucks someguy! Hopefully your patch will come back.  Good luck man, they're out other somewhere.  When I'm hunting and not finding anything I wonder how many are within a given radius of me that I just can't find. Lol

My spot, which I found last year, is a wood lovers heavan.  I find so many mushrooms there. Not just ovoids. Utility workers deposited their mulch from cleanup there. And, the line of mulch is running north to south right on the edge of some woods. I've seen other lines of mulch like this on the Ohio river, but they have all been oriented in such a way that they get too much exposure from the sun and dry out fast.  They usually harbor a sporadic mushroom, but usually less than 1% as many as I find in my ovoid spot.





so does that mean you get wine caps too i noticed the really love the same habitat


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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: tweekingTwak]
    #16012527 - 03/29/12 08:07 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

"wine caps" aren't indigeonous to the US, so unless you are on the west coast, they are extremely extremely rare. They only occur where they have escaped from outdoor cultivation projects.

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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: SomeGuy]
    #16012535 - 03/29/12 08:10 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Expecting rain tomorrow and tuesday. Might go hunting Wednesday. Sounds like a prime date. 2 days of rain with a 5 day gap for them to grow on :smile:


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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: SomeGuy]
    #16012896 - 03/29/12 09:53 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

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"wine caps" aren't indigeonous to the US, so unless you are on the west coast, they are extremely extremely rare. They only occur where they have escaped from outdoor cultivation projects.





odd you say that i have encounter three different towns that have em, 3 spots in my town, one  in a place about 2 hours from me another in a town 30 min from me. they may not have been indigenous but they are certainly finding their place. oh and one instance in vermont growing completely out of habitat



fact of the matter is they do love ovoid habitat for sure.

whered you get your information that they arent common on the east coast

http://leslieland.com/2008/11/wild-mushrooms-of-mid-fall-wine-caps-shaggy-manes-and-more/

Stropharia rugusoannulata is an aggressive digester of wood chips. It has colonized many mulch beds in the Northeast, both accidentally and by design as gardeners will often inoculate their mulch piles and wood chip paths to cultivate this delicious fungus. Although the most robust fruitings are in May and June, a second flush often appears in the fall, and this year I have seen them in several mulched beds in my neighborhood.

they are very common cause people introduced them, then spores spread and spread and spread i think in my town if you plant the right mulch they will just happen my neighbors had the best tasting albino wines caps i ever had but ripped up that mulch and had new mulch replaced in fact they re did that whole area cause they are stupid rich people.

the wine caps that grow at the environmental center dont taste as good at all but appear to be the same strain ill totally get some pictures and make a wine cap post


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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: tweekingTwak]
    #16012912 - 03/29/12 09:57 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

I've read that, from highly regarded authors. The publications were probably several years old. They are extremely popular, but I've never found one. I was just speaking from what I've read, that information is probably outdated

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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: tweekingTwak]
    #16015627 - 03/29/12 07:40 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

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whats the general temperature there 60?:confused:





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NVW 3CVdS said:
That sucks someguy! Hopefully your patch will come back.  Good luck man, they're out other somewhere.  When I'm hunting and not finding anything I wonder how many are within a given radius of me that I just can't find. Lol

My spot, which I found last year, is a wood lovers heavan.  I find so many mushrooms there. Not just ovoids. Utility workers deposited their mulch from cleanup there. And, the line of mulch is running north to south right on the edge of some woods. I've seen other lines of mulch like this on the Ohio river, but they have all been oriented in such a way that they get too much exposure from the sun and dry out fast.  They usually harbor a sporadic mushroom, but usually less than 1% as many as I find in my ovoid spot.





so does that mean you get wine caps too i noticed the really love the same habitat




No, haven't seen any wine caps there or at all anywhere I hunt.  I did check the ovoid spot in may and June of last month. Hopefully this year I'll find some wine caps too.


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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: NVW 3CVdS]
    #16016599 - 03/29/12 10:50 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Gunna be checking my patch up in the PNW soon! Great finds guys! :headbanger:


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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread [Re: NVW 3CVdS]
    #16017902 - 03/30/12 06:42 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

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NVW 3CVdS said:
Quote:

tweekingTwak said:
whats the general temperature there 60?:confused:





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NVW 3CVdS said:
That sucks someguy! Hopefully your patch will come back.  Good luck man, they're out other somewhere.  When I'm hunting and not finding anything I wonder how many are within a given radius of me that I just can't find. Lol

My spot, which I found last year, is a wood lovers heavan.  I find so many mushrooms there. Not just ovoids. Utility workers deposited their mulch from cleanup there. And, the line of mulch is running north to south right on the edge of some woods. I've seen other lines of mulch like this on the Ohio river, but they have all been oriented in such a way that they get too much exposure from the sun and dry out fast.  They usually harbor a sporadic mushroom, but usually less than 1% as many as I find in my ovoid spot.





so does that mean you get wine caps too i noticed the really love the same habitat




No, haven't seen any wine caps there or at all anywhere I hunt.  I did check the ovoid spot in may and June of last month. Hopefully this year I'll find some wine caps too.




well if your in strictly woods it lowers your chance but then again the ones at my ovoid spot arnt exactly in a suburb, tho im thinking the spores maybe traveled on peoples clothing. but good luck they are one of my favorite tho some batches like the ones at my ovoid spot are kinda bland


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Re: Official 2012 Ovoid Thread *DELETED* [Re: tweekingTwak]
    #16023304 - 03/31/12 09:46 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

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