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I found these mushies in the forest;
    #2008789 - 10/14/03 05:56 PM (14 years, 11 days ago)

I found these species in the beech forest under the trees on the leaves.The forest is near black sea as I live in Istanbul.I know it's hard to identify mushrooms only by looking at their pictures but this is my first hunting post and I think I picked them too late because I couldn't find any spores on them.May be that somebody comes and says 'yeaah these are my uncles mushrooms ,you know my uncle he's Mr.Santa Clause,he gave them many times ago to me to eat,you can also eat them,very nice trip....'Have a look,peace.



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The little ones on the first picture are woodloving ones .I picked them from a cut tree.I try to take print of them but I don't know the result yet.Thanks.

[edit: i edited your image tags so that they there is a carrieage return between each. this is nessecary for them to be displayed correctly.]


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Re: I found these mushies in the forest; [Re: stara]
    #2008822 - 10/14/03 06:01 PM (14 years, 11 days ago)

Sorry about images :frown:I don't know how I did them that way he he.


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Re: I found these mushies in the forest; [Re: stara]
    #2008881 - 10/14/03 06:16 PM (14 years, 11 days ago)

In the first photo, the bigger mushrooms look like Russulas. Without more information (spore prints, more description), the others (the littler ones to the lower right) are unidentifiable. They could be any of many things.

Those look like Russulas. Russulas are very difficult to identify to species. The dangerous ones are dense feeling and bruise gray to black. Others are poisonous, but not normally dangerousy so.

The mushroom in this photo

could be a Russula or a Lactarius, which is a very closely related genus.

None of the Russulas or Lactarii are active, many are edible, many are poisonous, and there is at least one Russula species that has caused fatalities.

Happy mushrooming!


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Re: I found these mushies in the forest; [Re: ToxicMan]
    #2010896 - 10/15/03 08:55 AM (14 years, 11 days ago)

Thank you for feedback!


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Re: I found these mushies in the forest; [Re: stara]
    #2011095 - 10/15/03 11:54 AM (14 years, 11 days ago)

The last pink mushroom appears to be Russula xerampelina.

I think I see brown bruising on the stem there. It should bruise yellow to brown.

Check for a sporeprint, it should come out yellowish.

This Russula is also known as the "Shrimp Russula", and is edible. I'd check for the brusing and sporeprint first. It should also have a very mild taste.


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