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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: TheBlackCat]
    #24536855 - 08/07/17 02:44 PM (4 years, 9 months ago)

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My pretty angel of death and my pretty friend. Which is which and why? I wouldn't eat either despite one of them being edible just because it's too uncomfortably close.










Top looks like a Volvariella, and the bottom is Leucoagaricus leucothites. Neither appears to be an Amanita, of course I could be wrong since the photos don't show all the necessary details.

Then:
Scleroderma
Calvatia gigantea
(x2)
Amanita
Lycoperdon


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Ran-D]
    #24536974 - 08/07/17 03:33 PM (4 years, 9 months ago)

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Ran-D said:
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TheBlackCat said:
My pretty angel of death and my pretty friend. Which is which and why? I wouldn't eat either despite one of them being edible just because it's too uncomfortably close.










Top looks like a Volvariella, and the bottom is Leucoagaricus leucothites. Neither appears to be an Amanita, of course I could be wrong since the photos don't show all the necessary details.

Then:
Scleroderma
Calvatia gigantea
(x2)
Amanita
Lycoperdon





I had the second one identified as a smooth lepiota. The first one however intrigues me. Are there white ones of that kind in N.E. U.S.? I found them growing near some amanita bisporigera in open grass and assumed they were the same. I should have taken a photo of it in it's habitat and not on top of a log. That's a bit misleading. I will make my game better next time. :smile: These are just the only photos I had.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: TheBlackCat]
    #24538767 - 08/08/17 10:59 AM (4 years, 9 months ago)

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Ran-D said:
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TheBlackCat said:
My pretty angel of death and my pretty friend. Which is which and why? I wouldn't eat either despite one of them being edible just because it's too uncomfortably close.










Top looks like a Volvariella, and the bottom is Leucoagaricus leucothites. Neither appears to be an Amanita, of course I could be wrong since the photos don't show all the necessary details.

Then:
Scleroderma
Calvatia gigantea
(x2)
Amanita
Lycoperdon





Are there white ones of that kind in N.E. U.S.?




there are all white Volvariella sp. growing in the mid-atlantic US and yours, from what i can see, looks exactly like the examples i have found growing on dead wood.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: relic]
    #24539350 - 08/08/17 05:33 PM (4 years, 9 months ago)

This specimen was found growing in grass not dead wood.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: TheBlackCat]
    #24540600 - 08/09/17 03:43 AM (4 years, 9 months ago)

Beautiful and Deadly- well, I should post a picture of my own damn self!

But I guess we are supposed to post mushrooms?



Amanita Smithiana
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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: cameal] * 1
    #24540611 - 08/09/17 04:02 AM (4 years, 9 months ago)

Here is this one that smelled beautiful:



Lepiota Josserandii
Pemberton, BC

I originally posted it in this thread: https://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php/Number/20814499/page/8


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: TheBlackCat]
    #24543935 - 08/10/17 04:43 PM (4 years, 9 months ago)

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This specimen was found growing in grass not dead wood.




Ah, yes the wood was one of the factors that made me say Volvariella. Also, if it had a veil then it's obviously an Amanita.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Ran-D]
    #24544081 - 08/10/17 05:48 PM (4 years, 9 months ago)

Yup. No eating that one. I will make sure I make a better game for everyone to play next time. I'll get some better photos. These were just all I had on hand. <3 Thanks for playing and thanks for teaching me about paddy mushrooms.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Mr Piggy] * 1
    #24545746 - 08/11/17 12:21 PM (4 years, 9 months ago)



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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: ThePump]
    #24546540 - 08/11/17 06:25 PM (4 years, 9 months ago)

Not a pro, but black cat I think:

- I forget the name, not really conspicuous?
- Destroying angel (annulus among other things) - (very toxic)
- Earthball (toxic)
- Giant puffball
- Maybe some kind of Agaricus?
- An amanita? The volva is a bad sign
- Puffballs


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Mr Piggy]
    #25503458 - 10/01/18 03:34 PM (3 years, 7 months ago)

I'm no pro, but I think this is a galerina of some kind popping out of this road?



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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Mr Piggy] * 1
    #25503501 - 10/01/18 03:53 PM (3 years, 7 months ago)

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I'm no pro, but I think this is a galerina of some kind popping out of this road?





Looks like it to me


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Doc9151]
    #25505450 - 10/02/18 09:44 AM (3 years, 7 months ago)

:thumbup:  Thanks Doc


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Mr Piggy]
    #25589665 - 11/03/18 07:33 PM (3 years, 6 months ago)



I'd love to know if you all think these are deadly webcap or not.. I'd like to use them for my poisonous mushroom thread.  I don't think I'll get to a specific species level, but they look very much like an Orellani gp. species to me. Rusty colored spores.

Habitat - damp, mossy open area in a city park. Near to conifer trees.

These are a few of a group that probably contained hundreds over around 10 x 20 feet or so.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Magic Badger]
    #25589930 - 11/03/18 09:42 PM (3 years, 6 months ago)

Two more for confirmation - I suspect both of these to be Galerina marginata - one old one young.



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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Magic Badger] * 1
    #25594106 - 11/05/18 04:39 PM (3 years, 6 months ago)

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Two more for confirmation - I suspect both of these to be Galerina marginata - one old one young.






Mushrooms on the left look more like Pholiotina to me.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: mountainplayer] * 1
    #25853137 - 03/04/19 11:28 PM (3 years, 2 months ago)



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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: NothingsChanged]
    #25853794 - 03/05/19 10:36 AM (3 years, 2 months ago)

OOOOooooOOOoo

Is it just me, or do Galerinas feel like Halloween?


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: NothingsChanged] * 1
    #25854113 - 03/05/19 01:26 PM (3 years, 2 months ago)

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This is a very nice picture, but it would have been an excellent picture if we could see the top of one of the caps, it is still a beautiful picture.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Magic Badger]
    #25854120 - 03/05/19 01:31 PM (3 years, 2 months ago)

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I'd love to know if you all think these are deadly webcap or not.. I'd like to use them for my poisonous mushroom thread.  I don't think I'll get to a specific species level, but they look very much like an Orellani gp. species to me. Rusty colored spores.

Habitat - damp, mossy open area in a city park. Near to conifer trees.

These are a few of a group that probably contained hundreds over around 10 x 20 feet or so.



They could be cortinarius but I can't see enough details to be sure, I think I can see what is called cortina on the stipe with spores.


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