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Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) * 4
    #23765729 - 10/24/16 02:10 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Howdy.

In the few years I've been posting here I've seen threads for actives and threads for edibles, but no threads for poisonous/deadly mushrooms.  A lot of them are really gorgeous and it's worth having a place to post them.  Please post pictures of your poisonous finds, let's have some fun!

Galerina marginata


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Mr Piggy] * 1
    #23765785 - 10/24/16 02:45 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Cool thread man
Does this guy count?

Conocybe filaris, one of my favorite deadlies, from Northern Alaska:

(I like the way Conocybe filaris rolls off the toungue, it sounds like a foreign debt collector you don't wanna mess with. Don't care much for the new name so I'll use that til someone scolds me)

Edit: actually, I think it is Conocybe vexans


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: MadMuncher]
    #23765791 - 10/24/16 02:51 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Neat!  Sure does count.  Every time I'm out fishing I let parents know their child is playing with a deadly poisonous rough-skinned newt.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Mr Piggy]
    #23765831 - 10/24/16 03:39 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

That's good.  I used to play with them in our pond all the time when I was young, from the age of 3, didn't always wash my hands after, and you know how little kids are always touching their faces. I never got sick but probably got lucky there. never wore gloves. Used to catch a shit load of them along the coast and bring them back to the valley and release them into ponds that were overrun with bullfrogs. Id like to imagine I put a dent in the growth rate of those fuckers, it's too bad bullfrogs like contaminated waste ponds and radioactive drainage ditches because they taste pretty good. I bet someone could farm them with minimal effort. I've always wondered if those Newts and similar species have any medicinal applications or substances


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: MadMuncher] * 5
    #23765840 - 10/24/16 03:46 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

A deadly Galerina fruiting on decayed wood/bark merely centimeters from Psilocybe tasmaniana in a potted plant.


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    #23765844 - 10/24/16 03:49 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

A collection of deadly Pholiotina


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: inski]
    #23765846 - 10/24/16 03:51 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Neat!  :popcorn:


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Mr Piggy] * 2
    #23765857 - 10/24/16 04:12 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

More G. marginata, from Norway...



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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Anglerfish] * 2
    #23766102 - 10/24/16 09:33 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)



Galerina Marginata I found on Friday in RI

Also as a bonus, my signature is another g. Marginata


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    #23766140 - 10/24/16 10:01 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Amanita Phalloides -



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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Lhun]
    #23766152 - 10/24/16 10:13 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Neat, great shot!


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Mr Piggy]
    #23766371 - 10/24/16 12:29 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

I think these might be galerina






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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: littlespider]
    #23766394 - 10/24/16 12:41 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Nice thread
--not a great pic from me but a contribution nonetheless

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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: gman]
    #23766485 - 10/24/16 01:22 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Cool idea!

Took a little adventure with a few local shroomery members yesterday, fun times, great group!  Here's my deadly, lovely, edible contribution. 

Also - bonus internet fame and coolness points to anyone who can say what is edible and what is deadly in this photo.  :hatsoff:



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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: inski]
    #23766490 - 10/24/16 01:24 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Inski, that Pholiotina shot is ace!


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: RiverDweller1]
    #23766515 - 10/24/16 01:37 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Here's a better shot of one of those in my collection up there  :smile:



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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: RiverDweller1]
    #23766735 - 10/24/16 02:47 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Which one is deadly


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    #23766845 - 10/24/16 03:37 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

top row second from left?


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: relic]
    #23766854 - 10/24/16 03:41 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Bottom row, middle?


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: relic]
    #23766864 - 10/24/16 03:43 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

yeah i was just coming back to second guess myself, mountainplayer, and think you're likely to be correct.

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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: mountainplayer]
    #23766872 - 10/24/16 03:46 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

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Bottom row, middle?



Bonus points for it's Genus  :stoned:


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: mountainplayer] * 5
    #23766877 - 10/24/16 03:47 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)



Ovoids in the foreground with galerinas on the log behind them.


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    #23766923 - 10/24/16 03:59 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

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Bottom row, middle?



Bonus points for it's Genus  :stoned:




RD, it was the only one I could see that wasn't a honey mushroom!


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: mountainplayer]
    #23766926 - 10/24/16 04:00 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

It is in Limacella and actually growing right in with the Armillaria that I was picking.  I didn't see it was different until I picked it and the stem was viscid.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: RiverDweller1]
    #23768631 - 10/25/16 01:27 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

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Inski, that Pholiotina shot is ace!



Thanks:cool:
Those were in soil in my raised vegetable beds.

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Here's a better shot of one of those in my collection up there  :smile:





These are beautiful, Lepiota flammeotincta.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: inski] * 2
    #23768789 - 10/25/16 03:09 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

One more local toxic Amanita ~

Amanita ocreata



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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Lhun]
    #23769999 - 10/25/16 03:12 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Neat and Neat!  Keep posting up finds everyone and thanks for contributing!

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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Mr Piggy]
    #23773461 - 10/26/16 04:19 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)



Pholiotina minutes ago in the North bay, CA.


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    #23773497 - 10/26/16 04:33 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Is it the first of it's kind in NB?!?


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    #23773573 - 10/26/16 05:01 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Could be... Some of those Pholiotina turn out to be interesting things, microscopy and DNA are required to tell. :smile:


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    #23773574 - 10/26/16 05:01 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

:grin:


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    #23773583 - 10/26/16 05:04 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

:nothingtoadd:


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    #23774028 - 10/26/16 07:21 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Am I the only one seeing that freakishly huge stem base on RD's bolete?! :shockedpussy:


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    #23774107 - 10/26/16 07:41 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Paxillus cuprinus


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*note - P. cuprinus is a west coast species and I am assuming it is also toxic.


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    #23774543 - 10/26/16 10:00 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

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Am I the only one seeing that freakishly huge stem base on RD's bolete?! :shockedpussy:



Funny thing, I accidentally left it on the dash and Hypomyces developed which explains the crazy deformation I guess :shrug:


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    #23775852 - 10/27/16 10:04 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Two for one Toxicity



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    #23775890 - 10/27/16 10:24 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

That's rough :lol:


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    #23776202 - 10/27/16 12:23 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Great thread!



P. serbica and Galerina, I think.


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    #23776275 - 10/27/16 12:46 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Amanita smithiana


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    #23778027 - 10/27/16 09:36 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

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Great thread!



P. serbica and Galerina, I think.




That's close enough to make it pucker, awesome seeing them!


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    #23778290 - 10/27/16 10:33 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

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P. serbica and Galerina, I think.




I think those might be Tubaria furfuracea.


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    #23778327 - 10/27/16 10:43 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

What features do you think make the distinction?


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    #23779711 - 10/28/16 12:35 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

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What features do you think make the distinction?




Lack of annulus, and the white veil remnants on the upper side of the margin.  Also a bit of a rosier blush to the stipe.  The darkening of the stipe bases does look like Galerina, though.


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    #23789774 - 10/31/16 10:11 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Here's some more pictures of the Galerina marginata growing from moss on a boulder.  My guess is they are growing off of all the dropped Douglas-fir cones, twigs and needles that the moss grew over.  It's developed into a fairy ring, sorry for the crappy phone camera photos.



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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Mr Piggy] * 2
    #23790120 - 11/01/16 01:07 AM (5 years, 6 months ago)

I saw these Gyromitra earlier today. I keyed them to G. infula based on the time of year, their growth on wood, and color of the stipe and cap. Aurora's description says the caps are generally smooth though, and these caps are extremely wrinkled like G. esculenta.

This one was beefy

kicking myself now for not moving those yellow leaves in the background

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    #23791714 - 11/01/16 05:24 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

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Here's some more pictures of the Galerina marginata growing from moss on a boulder.  My guess is they are growing off of all the dropped Douglas-fir cones, twigs and needles that the moss grew over.  It's developed into a fairy ring, sorry for the crappy phone camera photos.






I think that second pic is pretty darn cool!  Do you think they're growing from woody debris under the moss?


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    #23791843 - 11/01/16 06:01 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

guessing this is Amanita bisporigera or close to it?





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Here's some more pictures of the Galerina marginata growing from moss on a boulder.  My guess is they are growing off of all the dropped Douglas-fir cones, twigs and needles that the moss grew over.  It's developed into a fairy ring, sorry for the crappy phone camera photos.






I think that second pic is pretty darn cool!  Do you think they're growing from woody debris under the moss?




Dude read what he said. Lol


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    #23791885 - 11/01/16 06:11 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

I think this might be Amanita smithiana, I'm not sure is it's deadly but it looks like it would make you sick.



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I think this might be Amanita smithiana, I'm not sure is it's deadly but it looks like it would make you sick.






It's gorgeous!  Looks like someone sculpted a mushroom out of snow.


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Here's some more pictures of the Galerina marginata growing from moss on a boulder.  My guess is they are growing off of all the dropped Douglas-fir cones, twigs and needles that the moss grew over.  It's developed into a fairy ring, sorry for the crappy phone camera photos.






I think that second pic is pretty darn cool!  Do you think they're growing from woody debris under the moss?




Dude read what he said. Lol




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I think this might be Amanita smithiana, I'm not sure is it's deadly but it looks like it would make you sick.






It's gorgeous!  Looks like someone sculpted a mushroom out of snow.



Brad got a lot better pictures of it with his DSLR, I've been using my phones because it's easier.
I was a really pretty mushroom. It's was soft and fluffy like holding a cloud in my hand, which got covered in cottony stuff.


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    #23792083 - 11/01/16 06:59 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

Those pure white Amanitas are tough to photograph.  Your pic looks great.

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    #23792114 - 11/01/16 07:09 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

It didn't have a taproot that I noticed, it was growing inside of a crack in a tree so getting it out was a little difficult and it might have broken off. The mushroom was really delicate so its hard to tell considering.


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    #23792513 - 11/01/16 08:57 PM (5 years, 6 months ago)

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    #23834901 - 11/15/16 11:41 AM (5 years, 5 months ago)

Galerina Marginata






Sorry, no habitat shot, I was on a walk at 3am.


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    #23835327 - 11/15/16 02:15 PM (5 years, 5 months ago)

Not sure if this is deadly but it's a very interesting secotioid Galerina species.


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    #23835340 - 11/15/16 02:19 PM (5 years, 5 months ago)

"secotioid Galerina" - I did not know there was such a thing!  Did you collect this?  Have you collected it before?


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Oh, never mind!


I must look at fungi in NZ before I die.  Always with the cool shit!


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Hi RD, I don't know of any published species or collections of secotioid Galerina so I was very surprised to see this, I certainly did collect it and unfortunately have only seen it one time in one very small area, I check the location every time i'm there but no luck.

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New Zealand is sure a special place biologically, tons of endemic species. It truly is middle-earth.


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    #23835527 - 11/15/16 03:38 PM (5 years, 5 months ago)

Galerina marginata growing from a dead, but still standing, oak. This tree has been host to Pholiota aurivela for three seasons out of the last five.  These are the first Galerina we've seen growing off of it.  I guess the wood is finally getting rotten enough.





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Galerina Marginata growing from a pot of Cornus Canadensis "Bunch berry".


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Cool thread! I love it. I have a lot of pictures of potentially poisonous Amanita and Cortinarius, but the toxicity of Australian mushrooms seems largely unknown, so I can't really post 'em. Here's an obligatory Galerina marginata pic.



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Those pictures are fantastic, thanks for posting folks!


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Pretty sure this one is toxic, a Pholiotina.



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    #24398208 - 06/11/17 11:44 PM (4 years, 11 months ago)





Mmmm


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I'm quite positive it's an Amanita, assuming it is
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    #24398359 - 06/12/17 01:23 AM (4 years, 11 months ago)

Here's my contribution, the angels of death that were my constant companion in the swampy woods of South Florida...



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Pretty sure this one is toxic, a Pholiotina.






Hi ent, This is Descolea, probably D. recedens, I believe you are in Australia, is that correct?


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    #24458241 - 07/05/17 02:07 AM (4 years, 10 months ago)

Hey inski, yes I am in Australia. Thanks for the correction - I think you are right. My apologies to the OP. -_-

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Destroying Angel?


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Great thread! First time I've come across this one, but pretty sure it's Galerina marginata. Anyone know what the mushroom on the left in the second and third pic is?



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Great thread! First time I've come across this one, but pretty sure it's Galerina marginata. Anyone know what the mushroom on the left in the second and third pic is?





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Great thread! First time I've come across this one, but pretty sure it's Galerina marginata. Anyone know what the mushroom on the left in the second and third pic is?





Same as the rest I suppose




Dunno, those vein-like gills make me think it's something else...also was not growing directly from wood like the others. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


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My apologies to the OP. -_-






None needed.  Thanks for posting pictures!

Great finds everyone, thanks for contributing!

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    #24524633 - 08/02/17 01:07 PM (4 years, 9 months ago)

This is awesome! Perfect for noobs like me. I need to study up on this!


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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.






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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
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Amanita
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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





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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Quote:

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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





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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This specimen was found growing in grass not dead wood.


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

But I guess we are supposed to post mushrooms?



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Here is this one that smelled beautiful:



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



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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.

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



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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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OOOOooooOOOoo

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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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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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Amanita phalloides



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:irishtoast:Nice collection


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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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:lol:

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A tiny, tiny, Pholiotina rugosa (or related). :smile:

 


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Was just gonna say...


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these look like Armillaria spieces.




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these look like Armillaria spieces.




They can be deadly to the host tree. :shrug:



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My bad, id's not my strong point.


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Some Galerinas;


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Pholiotina rugosa.



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Pholiotina rugosa.


Paxillus involutus.


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This pic is from a few months ago but wanted to hop on this this thread  Galerina from the beginning of 2021 in Northern CA USA


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Fantastic photos y'all, thanks for contributing!


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Firstly some Amanita phalloides.





And here is Psilocybe subaeruginosa (larger, no orange ring on stipe) growing alongside a very similar looking Galerina sp (smaller, has orange ring/annulus on stipe).





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I had an A. phalloides mixed in with a bunch of kings a couple of years ago.  I got greedy and mistook an egg for a young bolete, it was coming up butted right up against it.

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:whathesaid: Great comparison!


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:whathesaid:


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Galerina Sp.




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*chef's kiss*

Beautiful.  Thanks for posting!


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Nice pics Nickoloxious seeing them make my skin crawl, if I found those I would have had the ‘oooohhh jack pot eyes’ from a distance until I got closer and could look under the hood!


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More Galerina Sp.



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Cool thread!

Galerina marginata:


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Cool thread!

Galerina marginata:




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Galerina


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Has anyone done sawdust block Galerina?  I think I want to try a thing when I get up and running again...


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Has anyone done sawdust block Galerina?  I think I want to try a thing when I get up and running again...




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You bet!

I don't imagine it will be very different from other chip loving fungi, seems like an easy win.


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Galerina





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Nice!  Where in the world is this?


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Even more Galerina Sp.


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Out of curiosity does anyone know someone who ate galerina and survived


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Yeah I remember reading this post from Alan a while ago.


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Code:

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Out of curiosity does anyone know someone who ate galerina and survived




Most people who eat them survive.  It takes more than people think to kill someone.


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Really? I thought it was almost certain to suffer a slow painful death or organ damage at the very least


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Out of curiosity does anyone know someone who ate galerina and survived




Most people who eat them survive.  It takes more than people think to kill someone.




This is true. While none of us by any means are saying to go eat galerinas, eating one won't do anything really


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Survival rate when eating deadly poisonous mushrooms is 100%, if you react before symptoms show. They pump your stomach out, and toxin does not get absorbed into your bloodstream.

But every single day you are getting worse if you are not aware you're poisoned. Your chances are going down. When symptoms show, usually it's too late. Toxin has damaged your organs severely till now.
But still, hundreds of people somehow survive. I knew statistics for late reacting patients, but I forgot. It's rather high in highly developed countries, over 60% I believe.
They get liver transplants, blood transfusion and high doses of all kinds of medicine.

And like moria said, eating one Gal is not going to kill anyone. Obviously none will advise to do it for whatever reason.
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My liver has been put through A LOT and is somehow still running at 100%

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Found this beauty growing in my yard.



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That's a beauty old fart!


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Galerina photos from yesterday;


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I count it as beautiful too. :heart:


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:threadmonitor:


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Mycoangulo]
    #27367933 - 06/29/21 06:32 PM (10 months, 13 days ago)

Very beautiful IMO but not exactly deadly, they're actually delicious! But they've got a reputation to uphold, and I think you could possibly kill yourself if you ate enough of them so I'll put em' up since I haven't done much here in a long time...




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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: SWFL]
    #27373603 - 07/04/21 07:43 AM (10 months, 8 days ago)

Some galerina finds over the week;



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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: bloodycarcass]
    #27374057 - 07/04/21 04:40 PM (10 months, 8 days ago)

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Couple different Amanita's





bloodycarcass, I'm pretty sure that's Amanita jacksonii on the left. Looks like lined margins to me.

https://www.mushroomexpert.com/amanita_jacksonii.html

Only seen one of those once a long time ago, but maybe they don't like it so much up north!


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: raffib128]
    #27374135 - 07/04/21 05:53 PM (10 months, 8 days ago)

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Couple different Amanita's





bloodycarcass, I'm pretty sure that's Amanita jacksonii on the left. Looks like lined margins to me.

https://www.mushroomexpert.com/amanita_jacksonii.html

Only seen one of those once a long time ago, but maybe they don't like it so much up north!




Could be.. but wasnt conviced in person. im not good with Amanita I.D's except the fact its an Amanita.

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The stirated margin was barely there like in the pics. Hardly visible in person. Which is why I wasnt convinced its a jacksonii.

Plus Theres tons more better edibles in GA either way im not worried about eating these


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: bloodycarcass]
    #27374293 - 07/04/21 09:03 PM (10 months, 8 days ago)

Non-toxic Amanitas tend the get the guilty by association treatment. I once took a mushroom identification class at a local junior college, many many moons ago, and the teacher got pretty upset at me and a few others who decided to cook up some Amanita vernicoccora. I was already pretty knowledgeable at that point, more than him even (mycology wasn't his specialty, just one of many classes he taught), so I didn't understand why he was freaking out. Looking back now, though, he wasn't totally comfortable identifying Amanitas and he was responsible for all of us so maybe I was being a dick.

Anyway, long story short, even seasoned mushroom hunters are scared of them, and that's not necessarily a bad thing.


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    #27374303 - 07/04/21 09:18 PM (10 months, 8 days ago)



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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Ran-D]
    #27374309 - 07/04/21 09:21 PM (10 months, 8 days ago)

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Non-toxic Amanitas tend the get the guilty by association treatment. I once took a mushroom identification class at a local junior college, many many moons ago, and the teacher got pretty upset at me and a few others who decided to cook up some Amanita vernicoccora. I was already pretty knowledgeable at that point, more than him even (mycology wasn't his specialty, just one of many classes he taught), so I didn't understand why he was freaking out. Looking back now, though, he wasn't totally comfortable identifying Amanitas and he was responsible for all of us so maybe I was being a dick.

Anyway, long story short, even seasoned mushroom hunters are scared of them, and that's not necessarily a bad thing.




Im very aware their are edible Amanitas. Im not good with them, so I dont take a chance.
My understanding is you need to cook them throughly to as well. So if not cooked could still be toxic. Which is why I included it.


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    #27381478 - 07/10/21 08:40 AM (10 months, 2 days ago)

Galerina Sp.


Pholiotina rugosa.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Nickoloxious]
    #27381738 - 07/10/21 12:56 PM (10 months, 2 days ago)

Wish I could +5 you twice Nick, these in-situ photos are amazing!


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    #27382729 - 07/11/21 05:38 AM (10 months, 1 day ago)

Thanks!
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    #27400996 - 07/25/21 12:29 AM (9 months, 19 days ago)

Galerina Sp.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Nickoloxious]
    #27401058 - 07/25/21 01:37 AM (9 months, 19 days ago)

They are so unassuming, and sometimes they look startlingly similar to psilocybe species.

Beautiful photos though!  Especially that one growing out of the log and the one with a nipple.


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    #27401061 - 07/25/21 01:45 AM (9 months, 19 days ago)

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Yeah I remember reading this post from Alan a while ago.




Interesting... good note to be very careful and always check twice.  I tend to check when I'm picking, then double check when drying, then checking a third time when jarring, and if any doubt they get thrown out.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Typerwritermonky] * 1
    #27776462 - 05/14/22 06:11 AM (4 days, 21 hours ago)

Paxillus involutus.

Pholiotina rugosa.


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Re: Beautiful and deadly thread (please contribute) [Re: Nickoloxious]
    #27776654 - 05/14/22 11:00 AM (4 days, 17 hours ago)

Neat!

Thanks for sharing! 

We have the pax show up in urban/suburban areas where people have planted birch.


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