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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: BVB] * 1
    #26628091 - 04/25/20 10:18 PM (6 months, 1 day ago)

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I'm on the board, new spot I found today :laugh:

it's one, but we all know where that leads.. Another fella was in the area pulled more than I and some morels but was cool to meet a fellow wild shroomer :smile:



I wish I took another pic of the pins around this one, I've never seen them with dark blue/black caps before at least in pin stage. (Not in this pic^^^, just slightly off the side.)



This'll be my first time planting a stem butt but should be good to go. Anybody have any information on planting these/ personal experience that has worked? If it's anything like planting a bush or tree I'll be fine, just not sure if it's any different.









The black capped ovoids are a distinct strain of ovoid. I find quite a lot In this area and they dominate some creeks. They tend to produce girthy stout fruits with thick stems. They were all I found the other day.



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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: koods]
    #26628097 - 04/25/20 10:20 PM (6 months, 1 day ago)

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The black capped ovoids are a distinct strain of ovoid. I find quite a lot In this area and they dominate some creeks. They tend to produce girthy stout fruits with thick stems. They were all I found the other day.







For real?

I always thought the black ones were cold damaged lol. I made a thread awhile back cuz i thought they might be baeos


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: Shroomhunts]
    #26628110 - 04/25/20 10:34 PM (6 months, 1 day ago)

Nope. They all start with pitch black capped pins.



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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: koods] * 1
    #26628137 - 04/25/20 10:47 PM (6 months, 1 day ago)

Some perfect habitat pics



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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: koods]
    #26628441 - 04/26/20 01:29 AM (6 months, 1 day ago)

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Some perfect habitat pics






Koods, do you pull back the vegetation to find them in those areas or do you spot them (pic #2) above it then fish them out?


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: va hunter]
    #26628922 - 04/26/20 07:53 AM (6 months, 19 hours ago)

I noticed this group of pins on the 9th amazing how slow they grow in the cold.  I thought they’d abort with the cold nights anyway. I’ve noticed them black capped variety take much longer to dry than standard voids.  Congrats on everyone’s finds, stay safe out there.


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: koods]
    #26629085 - 04/26/20 09:46 AM (6 months, 18 hours ago)

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I'm on the board, new spot I found today :laugh:

it's one, but we all know where that leads.. Another fella was in the area pulled more than I and some morels but was cool to meet a fellow wild shroomer :smile:



I wish I took another pic of the pins around this one, I've never seen them with dark blue/black caps before at least in pin stage. (Not in this pic^^^, just slightly off the side.)



This'll be my first time planting a stem butt but should be good to go. Anybody have any information on planting these/ personal experience that has worked? If it's anything like planting a bush or tree I'll be fine, just not sure if it's any different.









The black capped ovoids are a distinct strain of ovoid. I find quite a lot In this area and they dominate some creeks. They tend to produce girthy stout fruits with thick stems. They were all I found the other day.







Interesting, they were a good %-age of what I found this week. They were interspersed with another pheno.

How many phenos do you guys know about? And has anyone gotten prints of all these phenos to Alan Rockefeller?


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: LeafRaker] * 1
    #26629295 - 04/26/20 11:26 AM (6 months, 16 hours ago)

Went and checked out the area with my transplants yesterday.  Things hadn't really changed much in the 6 days since I visited last.  My transplants were still mostly pins, just slightly bigger and they fruit earlier than the local variety, so they give me a good idea of how everything is looking without having to search too much.  Looks like it'll still be around 5-7 days before things really take off in that spot. 

Here's some pins from one of my transplants.  The pics are 6 days apart, so it'll give you an idea of how slow these things grow in colder temps. 



So some of the caps in this transplant are the black ones.  There's a bunch of red oak nuts/shells around from a squirrel hanging out there to feast.  I was thinking that perhaps the darker color is related to the amount of tannin in the substrate, because not all fruits have that look.  Anyone notice if the specimens that have the dark caps are in areas where oak leaves/nuts collect?


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: TexturedSounds]
    #26629370 - 04/26/20 12:00 PM (6 months, 15 hours ago)

I'm willing to send a small peice to Alan. I've only heard of him but I'm game for sending them to the dude that can do DNA testing for the central susquehanna Valley.

Hang in there you jersey guys. My second spot just started popping so they are on their way.


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: Yumeryu]
    #26629383 - 04/26/20 12:06 PM (6 months, 15 hours ago)

He actually has a specimen from York Co.  They did a dna workshop in Harrisburg back in Feb and I got to go with a couple of peeps.  Was pretty cool to meet Alan in person.  We never received the results back, but we did samples of 2 PA specimens and 1 VA specimen (provided by Wubbledubdub).  I was still able to give him one of the specimens from the workshop tho, so hopefully he was able to do something with it.


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: TexturedSounds]
    #26629618 - 04/26/20 01:33 PM (6 months, 14 hours ago)

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Went and checked out the area with my transplants yesterday.  Things hadn't really changed much in the 6 days since I visited last.  My transplants were still mostly pins, just slightly bigger and they fruit earlier than the local variety, so they give me a good idea of how everything is looking without having to search too much.  Looks like it'll still be around 5-7 days before things really take off in that spot. 

Here's some pins from one of my transplants.  The pics are 6 days apart, so it'll give you an idea of how slow these things grow in colder temps. 



So some of the caps in this transplant are the black ones.  There's a bunch of red oak nuts/shells around from a squirrel hanging out there to feast.  I was thinking that perhaps the darker color is related to the amount of tannin in the substrate, because not all fruits have that look.  Anyone notice if the specimens that have the dark caps are in areas where oak leaves/nuts collect?




What did the caps from your mycelium source look like? The substrate theory would seem more likely if they were all lighter-colored.


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: LeafRaker]
    #26629735 - 04/26/20 02:23 PM (6 months, 13 hours ago)

Interesting seeing all of these pics of celandine carpets.
My trusty spot was always mostly leaf litter and ephemeral and baby nettle and mustard this time of year but has been completely overtaken by celandine and I thought maybe that’s why I wasn’t finding. Got flooded out pretty good last fall as well.


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: LeafRaker] * 1
    #26630007 - 04/26/20 04:09 PM (6 months, 11 hours ago)

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What did the caps from your mycelium source look like? The substrate theory would seem more likely if they were all lighter-colored.




The culture it came from had all lightly colored caps.  The pic below is of the whole transplant (the pins from previous pics are in the back).  The caps are highly variable even tho they're right next to each other.  It had me thinking that maybe the color of the cap is related to how much tannin is concentrated in different spots of the substrate. 



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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: TexturedSounds]
    #26630225 - 04/26/20 06:06 PM (6 months, 9 hours ago)

New spot payed off which is nice because it’s half the distance to drive. These are staining much darker, does that mean higher potency or is it just because they’re still wet?


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: adenoid]
    #26630499 - 04/26/20 08:17 PM (6 months, 7 hours ago)

Don't be jealous:


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: donwats]
    #26630556 - 04/26/20 08:43 PM (6 months, 7 hours ago)

Just wandering, anyone have any information on barometric pressures having any correlation with fruiting or pinning?


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: BSOvoid27]
    #26630925 - 04/27/20 12:30 AM (6 months, 3 hours ago)

I would bet on it


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: StruckByLightning] * 1
    #26631617 - 04/27/20 10:05 AM (5 months, 30 days ago)

Fist time hunting and found these in MD, pretty sure ovoids but what do y'all think?




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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: aquacaptain]
    #26631640 - 04/27/20 10:16 AM (5 months, 30 days ago)

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Fist time hunting and found these in MD, pretty sure ovoids but what do y'all think?







Looks like it (I'm far from an expert) but I would post some pictures of bruised stems and gills to an ID request thread.


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Re: East coast 2020 ovoidcystidata season! [Re: aquacaptain]
    #26631774 - 04/27/20 11:18 AM (5 months, 30 days ago)

Yes indeed voids


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