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InvisibleNebu
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'mushroom stumbling' (back yard)
    #3198140 - 09/30/04 01:10 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Greetings,

Just making a (debut) post to share some pics of a couple of mushies I stumbled across in the backyard (PNW @ 900'altitude, under the pines) today.  Hopefully  I'll have much more (relevant) shroom images to share soon.  (Azure season) :smirk:



two images of same shroom (different side, w/flash & w/o) hmmmm.. image upload limit met (that was FAST!  :rolleyes:)  ~ see if this redirect workz on the other 2 I wanted to share (one more image of the above, and one of another mushie that is much more common here)





Cheers,
Nebu


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Offlineaussieone
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Re: 'mushroom stumbling' (back yard) [Re: Nebu]
    #3198206 - 09/30/04 01:23 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

thats one intresting looking shroom! do you know what strain it is?


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Re: 'mushroom stumbling' (back yard) [Re: Nebu]
    #3198208 - 09/30/04 01:23 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Monsterous... Nice find


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InvisibleNebu
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thx & no clue... [Re: Delirium_in_BC]
    #3198312 - 09/30/04 01:46 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Thanques for the kind words. :smile:

I've no clue on the first shroom ~ I have not seen one like that before (it is rather peculiar looking).  I am too faded & can't be mashed to do due diligence on an ID attempt at the moment... but perhaps I should and also post up it's stats (measurements, characteristics, spore-print color, etc.,) for those who might want to assist.  I'm all about azure hunting here and now... but that shroom is curious (so I'll get back soon w/more details).

Meantime ~ here's a(nother) freaky & rare creature from these parts ~> Cecropia Moth (6"/15cm wingspan).  :eek:



Bon soir,
Nebu


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Re: thx & no clue... [Re: Nebu]
    #3199090 - 09/30/04 09:01 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

the first mushroom is a bolete.


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InvisibleNebu
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correct! [Re: billbraski]
    #3199924 - 09/30/04 02:50 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

bolete - thx dood, thinking you've got to be right (spongey under-cap being unique and an easy id).

Here's a few more from this am - another bolete (different variety tho) and two others...








Astoria is coming soon :mushroom2:

Cheers,
Nebu


Edited by Nebu (09/30/04 02:59 PM)


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Re: correct! [Re: Nebu]
    #3201124 - 09/30/04 08:27 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

yeah that's a yellow-fleshed bolete. I found a HUGE patch of them last weekend and picked probably 7 or 8 pounds! here's a pic of the first haul, I had another haul the next day a little smaller than this one. they are good to eat and are comparable to the zellers bolete for it's edible quality.


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Re: correct! [Re: billbraski]
    #3205936 - 10/02/04 06:34 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

i found a nice patch of those yellow gilled boletes too! Boletus badius?


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Re: correct! [Re: Shins]
    #3208099 - 10/02/04 10:17 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

hmmm i thought they were boletus chrysenteron.


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