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A stroll in New Hampshire * 1
    #21864450 - 06/27/15 03:53 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

Hi everyone! I haven't posted here in a long while. This was my first summertime foray on the east coast in a long time. I went out with a friend into deciduous woods, making our leisurely way to a nearby hilltop with the goals of IDing and photographing fungi, and gathering edibles if there were any. I didn't expect to find much of anything in June, but there were more species than I expected.

These woods contain various kinds of birch, oak, maple, ash, poplar, spruce, hemlock, and balsom fir.

Feel free to contribute IDs, or to correct mine. I'm still in the process of looking them up.

1. Mycena leaiana - A photogenic little clump on a rotting branch


2. Unknown. This was a strange fungus found lying on the ground, seemingly unattached to anything. The "cap" fell off when we picked it up. The whitish flesh bruised blue when we poked the inside of the cap - see 3rd picture. Very curious to know what this might be!


3. Calocera viscosa


4. Gymnopus subnudus? These were tiny young ones with < 1cm caps, and stipes with rough white "hairs".


A little farther on we saw these, which I suspect are mature versions of the previous ones.


5. This tiny mushroom looked something like a Marasmius, but with decurrent gills.


6. Not sure what these are. They're small and probably young what with the inrolled margin. The one in the second picture was probably less than an inch tall. 


View at the top of the hill:


7. Marasmius capillaris? These were growing in moss, most of them shriveled (perhaps helped along by last night's rain).


8. I'm not good with boletes - still working on IDing this one.


9. These free-gilled mushrooms had distinctive rings with skirts. The rings took me by surprise because they were pretty boring-looking from the top (tan, light brownish caps).


Working on putting these on MO too.


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Re: A stroll in New Hampshire [Re: vespertine]
    #21865268 - 06/27/15 07:50 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

Nice finds. #2 is Gyroporus cyanescens and #9 is Agrocybe acericola.


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Re: A stroll in New Hampshire [Re: vespertine]
    #21865407 - 06/27/15 08:22 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

#5 looks like a Xeromphalina sp.


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Re: A stroll in New Hampshire [Re: vespertine]
    #21870521 - 06/28/15 10:51 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

Thanks for the IDs! I'm new to Gyroporus cyanescens. I'd like to find more of those. I enjoyed watching a chef prepare this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B94zjH-AEN4 The blue/violet bruising is so pretty.

Here are more from the next day's walk.

1. Xylaria hypoxylon


2. Amanita ceciliae - A new one for me. I didn't dig it up to see the sac completely, but I saw the rim of it.


3. Artomyces pyxidatus - Has anyone eaten this? Is it worth it? I read it's a little bit tough.


4. Some cute Hyrgrocybe cantharellus


5. Xeromphalina cauticinalis


And a Mycena which I usually ignore, but they make good photos :smile:


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Re: A stroll in New Hampshire [Re: vespertine]
    #21871026 - 06/29/15 12:35 AM (5 years, 8 months ago)

Cool photos :super:


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Re: A stroll in New Hampshire [Re: vespertine]
    #21874295 - 06/29/15 06:30 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

Nice photos, thanks for sharing!

It has been good and rainy in NH over the past month, hopefully it keeps raining!
Lots of chanterelle pins and buttons around my usual spots lately.


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