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OfflineOvoidhunter
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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Allium]
    #27157814 - 01/19/21 04:38 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

It's always in mid April here in SE KY. Then they go away when it gets real hot in like June or something.

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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Ovoidhunter]
    #27157835 - 01/19/21 04:50 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

I think the reason they are less common in march in the lower states is the sun bakes all the mycelium in the summer and they take longer to recover just a theory tho.

Found a few suffering under the leaves today I think they are done till spring now, all pins have stalled.



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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Shroomhunts]
    #27158188 - 01/19/21 07:36 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

Well, I know the reason why you can't find them past June here is because it gets deathly hot, and then we get a bad drought for the rest of the summer. We also get barely any rain with temps in the high 80's to low 90's every single day, until October.


Edited by Allium (01/24/21 05:59 AM)

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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Allium]
    #27158212 - 01/19/21 07:44 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

A few years ago I was hunting morels and swear I saw ovoids. But I was high and it was early so I didn't bother. And I know Missouri Ozarks very well. We have a huge diversity of species and rivers everywhere, and zone 6. Somewhere I had read ovoids are anywhere morels are. Again not too much thought on it. But if you look at mushroom observer we supposedly have gyms and pan cincts only tho no pans ever observed. And screw eating 20 grams of gyms for any reason. Not to mention they look exactly like several species that'll have you shitting through a screen door for a week.

I was looking at my photos of morels and noticed there was Japanese knotweeds. A common invasive weed all over the Midwest. Ovoids are known for fruiting off knotweeds.

I'm on a goddam mission this spring. I have several morel spots on private property I have permission to hunt on. I will find these mushrooms in Missouri. They're here on the meramec, Missouri River,black river, and Mississippi River


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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: ivey77]
    #27158234 - 01/19/21 08:00 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

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ivey77 said:
A few years ago I was hunting morels and swear I saw ovoids. But I was high and it was early so I didn't bother. And I know Missouri Ozarks very well. We have a huge diversity of species and rivers everywhere, and zone 6. Somewhere I had read ovoids are anywhere morels are. Again not too much thought on it. But if you look at mushroom observer we supposedly have gyms and pan cincts only tho no pans ever observed. And screw eating 20 grams of gyms for any reason. Not to mention they look exactly like several species that'll have you shitting through a screen door for a week.

I was looking at my photos of morels and noticed there was Japanese knotweeds. A common invasive weed all over the Midwest. Ovoids are known for fruiting off knotweeds.

I'm on a goddam mission this spring. I have several morel spots on private property I have permission to hunt on. I will find these mushrooms in Missouri. They're here on the meramec, Missouri River,black river, and Mississippi River




I used to fish the  meramec, river when I resided in Belleville Illinois, and now I live about three hours south of there in Kentucky. If you can get down near Paducah, right along the river that is where you'll find them :wink:

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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Allium]
    #27158241 - 01/19/21 08:07 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

I can get to Paducah. I live in st Louis County. I used to live 3 miles from the meramec not far from meramec state park. Kayaked up and down that river. I love it. And right after a season of floods, come late March early April, morels would be everywhere floods left devastation.


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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: ivey77]
    #27158251 - 01/19/21 08:13 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

:shroomeryhead:

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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Allium]
    #27158270 - 01/19/21 08:20 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

Very cool! I was heading that direction this spring for a 5 day hike on the Appalachian trail. Bucket list item.


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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: ivey77]
    #27158293 - 01/19/21 08:27 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

Well then, remember me on your journeys :wink:

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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Allium]
    #27158438 - 01/19/21 10:16 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

I can definitely send you some of the chicken of the woods, lion's mane, oysters, lobsters and Chantrelles. My 8 year old is a mushroom spotting rain man. She finds amanita all season constantly. And she has a thing for turkey tail. Calls them pretty turkey ass mushrooms. We have so much diversity of fungi I know we just don't have confirmed observations. And I know these hillbillies ain't givin up their secret wood lover spots to mycology research


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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: ivey77]
    #27158770 - 01/20/21 05:37 AM (3 years, 3 months ago)

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I can definitely send you some of the chicken of the woods, lion's mane, oysters, lobsters and Chantrelles. My 8 year old is a mushroom spotting rain man. She finds amanita all season constantly. And she has a thing for turkey tail. Calls them pretty turkey ass mushrooms. We have so much diversity of fungi I know we just don't have confirmed observations. And I know these hillbillies ain't givin up their secret wood lover spots to mycology research




You don't know hillbillies until you reside in Kentucky :wink: :hillbilly:

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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Allium]
    #27160004 - 01/20/21 05:24 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

I'll have to keep an eye out if ovoids can pop up already

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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Mycanthrope]
    #27160057 - 01/20/21 05:56 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

I know, right! I checked my spots the other day,and underneath the leaf litter it was loaded with the healthiest freshest ovoid mycellium that I've ever seen!

I simply can not wait all the way until the end of April, they just gotta fruit sooner!

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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Allium]
    #27160563 - 01/21/21 12:20 AM (3 years, 3 months ago)

I was pretty diligent last year and the place I found a bunch did not fruit until the very end of April. SE Ohio. I found one random small ovoid about April 20th tho.

I was already thinking today about ovoid season and it made me excited.  Not too far off.

Some of the transplants I brought back to central Ohio are looking good.  I got a big area of mulch colonized now.  Hopefully I can develop a patch here where they are much more rare.  Poked around in a wild transplant spot under a dying boxelder that I thought got wiped away by flooding last June. It seemed to have held on some or just got covered by mud and stuff.  Hope it fruits, even just one will make me happy.


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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Ps.NoName]
    #27160715 - 01/21/21 05:08 AM (3 years, 3 months ago)

Same her brother! You can not find them here before April 20th here, and that is the time that I go every season, not before, and not too much after.


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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Allium]
    #27161318 - 01/21/21 12:13 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

Using leaves and chicken wire fence so they don't blow away to protect a transplant area over the winter. Did not fruit last year but think i am in a lot better shape this year. Took a look today and it's active some even though it has been cold a few months.



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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Ps.NoName]
    #27161343 - 01/21/21 12:21 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

Oh yeah, that is grade A Myc right there boy!

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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Allium]
    #27162887 - 01/22/21 05:29 AM (3 years, 3 months ago)

:shroomeryhead:

Edited by Allium (01/22/21 05:47 PM)

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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Allium]
    #27176752 - 01/29/21 05:55 PM (3 years, 3 months ago)

There is still some lonely frozen fruits out there suffering.


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Re: East coast 2021 ovoideocystidiata thread [Re: Shroomhunts]
    #27179126 - 01/31/21 09:57 AM (3 years, 3 months ago)

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There is still some lonely frozen fruits out there suffering.





What grow zone are you exactly?

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