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First time hunt, little help Identifying?
    #2679598 - 05/14/04 08:51 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

a. Habitat - Southeast Texas, found in the cow manure
b. Characteristics of the gills - Darkish brown
d. Characteristics of the stem - Verry skinny and long
e. Characteristics of the cap - See pic
h. Scent of mushroom - No real scent.
http://www.mantis.sytes.net/upload/HPIM0449.jpg

a. Habitat - Southeast Texas, found in the cow manure
b. Characteristics of the gills - Very dark, almost black
e. Characteristics of the cap - See pic
h. Scent of mushroom - like manure
http://www.mantis.sytes.net/upload/HPIM0450.jpg

a. Habitat - Southeast Texas, found in the cow manure
b. Characteristics of the gills - Where light, turned pretty dark
d. Characteristics of the stem - White
e. Characteristics of the cap - White, fairly large, "dome", see pic
h. Scent of mushroom - No real scent.
http://www.mantis.sytes.net/upload/HPIM0451.jpg

a. Habitat - Southeast Texas, found in the cow manure
b. Characteristics of the gills - Very small and close together, white
d. Characteristics of the stem - Short, semi-thick, white
e. Characteristics of the cap - White with brown speckles, Fuzzy? see pic
h. Scent of mushroom - No real scent.
http://mantis.sytes.net/upload/HPIM0452.jpg

Thank you so much, I'm sure not alot of these are active, but I appreciate your time in looking at these. Thanks alot guys.


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Re: First time hunt, little help Identifying? [Re: Xerov]
    #2679686 - 05/14/04 09:17 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

none look promising.


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Re: First time hunt, little help Identifying? [Re: Xerov]
    #2680025 - 05/14/04 10:36 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Hard to tell from the photos. they dried but the gills looked brownish.

but no high there.

Sooner or later you will eventually find some. Don't just go to the same field. Go to several in a day and/or more. The more you go to on a daily basis, say look at four or five fields a day, and then repeat the process every week when you go to look, hit all the fields.

Sooner or later one or more of them will produce, and then again, maybe only one will or none at all. So then you go elsewhere. Sooner or later they will call out to you.
And then you will see them.

mj
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Re: First time hunt, little help Identifying? [Re: mjshroomer]
    #2680493 - 05/15/04 01:02 AM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Thanks for the reply ^

I went to this field because of people telling me they had success there. One of my friends bother who is supposed to be "In the know" about them said that the first one was active. Is there anything I could do to get a deffinate answer on that one?

Also, when picking the mushrooms, I notices that once picked and put in the bags they turned to "Mush" pretty much. Is that normal? If not how do I prevent it?

I am very new at this, which is obvious, but I am eager to learn. Even if the first mushroom isn't active, I would still like to know what kind it is.

Thanks for the info, I will try that next time. I appreciate it.


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Re: First time hunt, little help Identifying? [Re: Xerov]
    #2680502 - 05/15/04 01:04 AM (12 years, 6 months ago)

If your not already, use a paper bag, don't use plastic.


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Re: First time hunt, little help Identifying? [Re: iluan]
    #2687641 - 05/16/04 06:46 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Bump. Anything else?


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