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Useful Tree Species List. * 1
    #2119045 - 11/18/03 05:52 AM (13 years, 21 days ago)

Trying to get a good list of useable trees
for mushroom cultivation together, this list is mainly from
GGMM but I have added a few, as the list seems directed for the
American continent, So if anyone has used any trees not on the
list, please post them here, and I'll add them on.



Scientific Name -/-Common Name

Abies spp. /Red fir
Abies alba /White fir
Acer spp /Maples
Acer negundo /Box elder
Acer rubrum /Red maple
Acer macrophyllum /Big leaf maple
Acer saccharum /Sugar maple
Alniphyllum fortunei
Alnus spp. /Alders
Alnus alba /White Alder
Alnus incana /European Alder
Alnus incana /Gray Alder
Alnus japonica /Japanese Alder
Alnus rubra /Red Alder
Alnus serrulata /Hazel alder
Alnus tinctoria
Alnus chinensis
Arbutus spp. /Madrone
Arbutus menziesii /Pacific Madrone
Betula spp. /Birches
Betula alleghaniensis /Yellow birch
Betula dahurica
Betula lenta /Sweet birch
Betula nigra /River Birch
Betula papyrifera /Papaer birch
Betula pendula /European Birch
Betula pubescens /Hairy Birch
Carpinus /Hornbeams
Carpinus betulis /European Hornbeam
Carpinus caroliniana /American Hornbeam
Carpinus Fargesii
Carpinus japonica /Japanese Hornbeam
Carpinus laxiflora
Carpinus tschonoski
Carpinus turczaninowii
Carya spp. /Hickories
Carya aquatica /Water Hickory
Carya cordiformis /Bitternut Hickory
Carya glabra /Pignut Hickory
Carya texana /Pignut Hickory
Carya illinoensis /Pecan
Carya laciniosa /Shellbark Hickory
Carya tomentosa /Mockernut Hickory
Carya ovata /Shagbark Hickory
Castanea spp. /Chestnuts
Castanea crenata /Japanese Chestnut
Castanea henryi
Castanea mollissima
Castanea sativa /Spainish Chestnut
Castanea sequinii
Castanopsis spp. /Chinkapins
Castanopsis accuminaissima
Castanopsis argentea
Castanopsis cerlesii
Castanopsis chinensis
Castanopsis chrysophylla /Golden Chinkapin
Castanopsis cupsidata /Shii tree
Castanopsis fabri
Castanopsis fargesii
Castanopsis fissa
Castanopsis fordii
Castanopsis hickelii
Castanopsis indica
Castanopsis lamontii
Castanopsis tibetana
Cornus spp. /Dogwoods
Cornus capitata /Flowering Dogwood
Cornus florida / " "
Cornus nuttallii /pacific Dogwood
Corylus spp. /Filberts/ Hazel
Corylus avellana /Cobnut ,European hazel
Corylus heterophylla
Corylus maxima
Distylium myricoides
Elaeocarpus chinensis
Elaeocarpus japonicus
Elaeocarpus lancaefolius
Engelhardtia chrysolepis
Eriobotrya deflexa
Euphorbia royleana
Eurya loqquiana
Fagus spp. /Beeches
Fagus crenata
Fagus grandifolia /American Beech
Fraxinus spp. /Ashes
Fraxinus americana /White ash
Fraxinus latifolia /Oregon ash
Fraxinus nigra /Black ash
Fraxinus pennsylvanica /Green Ash
Fraxinus velutina /Velvet Ash
Juglans spp. /Walnut
Juglans nigra /Black Walnut
Larix spp. /Larches
Larix laricina /Larch
larix lyalli /Subalpine larch
Larix occidentalis /Western Larch
Liquidambar spp. /sweet gum
Liquidambar formosana
Liquidambar styraciflua
Liriodendron tulipfera /Tulip Tree/ Tulip Poplar
Lithocarpus spp. /Tanoaks
Lithocarpus auriculatus
Lithocarpus calophylla
Lithocarpus densiflourus
Lithocarpus glaber
Lithocarpus lanceafolia
Lithocarpus lindleyanus
Lithocarpus polystachyus
Lithocarpus spicatus
Mallotus lianus
Ostyra spp. /Ironwoods
Ostyra carpinfolia
Osytra virginiana
Pasania
Plaltycarya strobilacea
Populus spp. /Cottonwoods/Poplars
Populus balsamifera /Balsam Poplar
Populus deltoides /Eastern Cottonwood
Populus fremontii /fremont Cottonwood
Populus grandidentata /Bigtooth Aspen
Populus heterphylla /swamp Cottonwood
Populus nigra /Black Poplar
Populus tremuloides /Quaking Aspen
Populus tricocarpa /Black Cottonwood
Prosopis spp. /Mesquite
Prosopis juliflora /Honey Mesquite
Prosopis pubescens /Screw Pod Mesquite
Quercus spp. /Oaks
Quercus acuta
Quercus acutissima
Quercus agrifolia /California Live Oak
Quercus alba /White oak
Quercus aliena
Quercus bella
Quercus brandisiana
Quercus chrysolepis /Canyon Live Oak
Quercus crispula
Quercus dentata
Quercus emoryi /Emory Oak
Quercus fabri
Quercus falcata /Southern Red oak
Quercus gambelii /Gambel Oak
Quercus garryana /Oregon White Oak
Quercus glandulifera
Quercus glauca
Quercus grosseserrata
Quercus kelloggi /California Black Oak
Quercus kerii
Quercus kingiana
Quercus lobata /California White Oak
Quercus laurifolia /laurel Oak
Quercus lyrata /Overcup Oak
Quercus mongolica
Quercus muehlenbergii
Quercus myrsinae
Quercus nigra /Water Oak
Quercus nuttalli
Quercus palustris /Northern Red oak
Quercus semiserrata
Quercus serrata
Quercus spinosa
Quercus variabilis
Quercus virginiana /Live Oak
Rhus spp.
Rhus glabra /Sumac
Rhus succedanea
Robinia spp. /Black locust
Robinia neomexicana /New Mexico Black Locust
Robinia pseudoacacia /Black locust
Salix spp. /Willows
Salix amygdaloides /Peachleaf willow
Salix exigua /Sandbar or Coyote Willow
Salix fragilis /Crack Willow
Salix geyerana /Geyer Willow
Salix lasiandra /Pasific Willow
Salix lasiolepis /Arrow Willow
Salix nigra /Black Willow
Salix scoulerana /Scouler Willow
Sapium discolour
Sloanea sinensis
Taxus spp. /Yews
Taxus brevifolia /Pacific Yew
Ulmus spp. /Elms
Ulmus americana /American Elm
Ulmus campestris /English Elm
Ulmus laevis /Fluttering Elm
Ulmus montana /Mountain Elm


I added Corylus avellana and Corylus maxima as there
trees I have used with good results.


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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: Paid]
    #2119223 - 11/18/03 09:53 AM (13 years, 21 days ago)

Might I suggest that you segregate the list by hardness/mush species...
BTW, I am absolutely awful at identifying trees.


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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: Paid]
    #2121259 - 11/19/03 12:03 AM (13 years, 20 days ago)

Morus alba White Mulberry logs(oysters) and chips
Morus rubra Red Mulberry logs(oysters) and chips

Ailanthus altissima Tree-of-heaven logs Oyster mushrooms love this species, used colonized straw from a kit as spawn and buried logs,took 5 months to fruit, I have also found flamulina velipes growing on these in the wild, be careful handling these the sap causes a rash in some people.


Prunus domestica Plum logs(reishi) I have also seen Chicken of the woods growing on these, and on Prunus pennsylvania Chicken of the woods and oysters.


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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: falcon]
    #2122137 - 11/19/03 10:18 AM (13 years, 20 days ago)

some mentioned already but i though id add comments, ive also added comments for Psilocybes in the hope that all this will be compiled and archived in future as general information

Eucalyptus globulus - Shiitake (logs)
Most if not all Eucalyptus species as sawdust and chips - Psilocybe, Gymnopilus and most if not all wood inhabiting edibles - trick is to supplement with bran and gypsum a bit more than deciduous hardwoods
only E camaldulensis showed some inhibition so far

Liquidambar - sweetgum
shiitake and most if not all wood lovers - the best wood

Ulmus parvifolia - chinese elm
Shimeji, reishi and shiitake - good wood

Cinnamomum camphora - Camphor laurel (Chips)Stropharia rugosoannulata, Pleurotus cystidiosus, Psilocybe azurescens, Psilocybe subaeruginosa. Native parasite is Ganoderma applanatum

Callitris sp (conifer)Australian cypress - Psilocybe subaeruginosa

Auracaria cunninghamiana (conifer) Hoop Pine, Psilocybe subaeruginosa

Pinus Radiata -Monterey Pine, Psilocybe subaeruginosa

Pinus pinaster - Maritime pine ,Gymnopilus aeruginosus


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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: psiloz]
    #2122336 - 11/19/03 12:00 PM (13 years, 20 days ago)

nice one, thanks you two.
I think I was told that prunus aren't used
due to cyanide content.But I'll see if i can find more on this.

Any one else, please keep em coming :grin:


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    #2123159 - 11/19/03 05:23 PM (13 years, 20 days ago)

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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: OOKLA]
    #2123198 - 11/19/03 05:33 PM (13 years, 20 days ago)

Do you know its latin name? I've never heard of a
horse radish tree, common names are confusing.


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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: Paid]
    #2126999 - 11/21/03 12:00 PM (13 years, 18 days ago)

Is that Moringa oleifera?

Prunus (Prunus cerasifera) 'cherry plum' work fine with Ganoderma lucidum


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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: Paid]
    #2127009 - 11/21/03 12:04 PM (13 years, 18 days ago)

The Horseradish tree (Moringa oleifera or M. pterygosperma), also known as Drumstick tree, is native to India. The roots taste like horseradish, and can be used as a substitute. The unripe pods are boiled like beans, the flowers and leaves are also cooked as vegetables. The seeds yield ben oil, used for salad oil, machine oil and in soaps.



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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: motaman]
    #2127702 - 11/21/03 04:59 PM (13 years, 18 days ago)

Quote:

motaman said:
The seeds yield ben oil, used for salad oil, machine oil and in soaps.





This runs a bit OT but the same holds true for canola oil which i've heard compelling advice not to consume.


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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: debianlinux]
    #2128931 - 11/22/03 11:25 AM (13 years, 17 days ago)

why? if its OT then i dont mind if you pm me
From its fatty acid profile Canola (Brassica napus?) looks good
and it has been used for a long time - although under the old name of rape seed ( the name on account of what it does to the soil - although t does inhibit fungal pathogens for wheat and makes a good rotation)
the new name 'Canola' is much nicer but its the same old oilseed

Anyone tried Jacaranda mimosaefolia?
I just innoculated some logs with Pleurotus eryngii today
im going to try all my wood fungi on it


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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: Paid]
    #2129526 - 11/22/03 09:07 PM (13 years, 16 days ago)

cyanide in wilted foliage The seeds also contain cyanide producing compounds and the bark and roots. I couldn't find any mention of the wood containing cyanide,but it may.
I would be real cautious about using chips of Prunus for cultivation, but the water sprouts on fruit trees look really tempting as a substrate.


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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: falcon]
    #2134276 - 11/25/03 07:14 AM (13 years, 14 days ago)

Hypholoma capnoides grows on spruce / fir / Picea abies.


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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: Paid]
    #2135609 - 11/25/03 07:45 PM (13 years, 14 days ago)

Can someone suggest a good book for identifying trees of North America? Maybe a good website? Thanks in advance!

And thanks for the great post PAID!


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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: VividDreams]
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Re: Useful Tree Species List. [Re: falcon]
    #2136867 - 11/26/03 07:13 AM (13 years, 13 days ago)

Thanks for that link, I shall
leave Prunus off the list due
to these concerns :thumbup:

Thanks all for your imput, really I'm only looking
for trees that are used in cultivation, as apposed to
trees that species have been seen on, I should have
made that clearer.

Still some good ones for the list :cool: keep em
coming, and I'll update the list shortly.



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    #2136871 - 11/26/03 07:17 AM (13 years, 13 days ago)

:grin: well spotted typo :] I
always was no good at doing lines :tongue:
I scaned that list many times before posting it
and totaly missed that one, funny thing is, Its
one of the only 5 speices i have actually used :grin: lmao.


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