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Mushies in Denver at the base of a maple tree
    #26565778 - 03/29/20 07:36 PM (10 months, 22 days ago)

HIYA - MUSH LOVERS -

I have and old Maple tree - that I think its on its way out.

Been getting these mushies for the past 4 year around this time.  after rain/snow and then warm days - eg.  25-30 f nights and 50-60 days.......
Fast growing right at the base of the tree (maple) -
Im taking a spore print today - but hope maybe you can identify?



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Re: Mushies in Denver at the base of a maple tree [Re: AreolaMay]
    #26565890 - 03/29/20 08:41 PM (10 months, 22 days ago)

Coprinellus micaceus looks like.


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Re: Mushies in Denver at the base of a maple tree [Re: Allium]
    #26565891 - 03/29/20 08:41 PM (10 months, 22 days ago)

I've never found any that large though.


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Re: Mushies in Denver at the base of a maple tree [Re: Allium]
    #26568619 - 03/31/20 10:27 AM (10 months, 20 days ago)

thanks so mush allium!!
I took a spore print - not a very good one, but came out black/dk brown

from reading - they are edible - but Im not that brave.


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Re: Mushies in Denver at the base of a maple tree [Re: AreolaMay]
    #26568653 - 03/31/20 10:54 AM (10 months, 20 days ago)

No problemo!

Wait until they are identified by someone trusted, then fry em up with some eggs, Yummy!


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Re: Mushies in Denver at the base of a maple tree [Re: Allium]
    #26568656 - 03/31/20 10:57 AM (10 months, 20 days ago)

C. micaceus is a good suggestion. If I were to try them, I'd go for some younger specimens.


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Re: Mushies in Denver at the base of a maple tree [Re: Anglerfish]
    #26568674 - 03/31/20 11:16 AM (10 months, 20 days ago)

it's for sure a Coprinellus species, I agree micaceus is most probable.


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