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Offlinepegasus
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Pictures from weekend mushroom hunt
    #3220461 - 10/05/04 11:26 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

Found in a woods of jack pines and popple in Northeastern Wi. Let me know if they are not identified correctly.

Unidentified Bolete Predominately yellow slimy cap with pale yellow stem and pores.

Flesh white, bruises a pale yellow when cut in half.

Might be Tylopilus felleus or Bitter Bolete. Cap is a tan brown, stem is white with a fishnet webbing at the top and a club shaped base. Pores are whitish. Bruises brown when cut.

And sometimes you never know who or what will join you in a mushroom hunt! It even stayed to smile for the picture!

Possibly Lactarius-vinaceorufescens. Attached gills. Ring design on cap in shades of tan to a shade of pink/brown. The spore print is white with a hint of yellow.

The latex is almost an irridescent yellow.

Unidentified large pale yellow mushroom. About 8" tall, cap is 5". Gills and stem shown in the next 2 pictures.

Unidentified -- The gills are wide apart, irregular and attached. They were white with brown age spots when found and have turned a pale yellow. The stem is scabered in shades of tan, firm and also has pale yellow flesh.



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OfflineSnobrdr311
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Re: Pictures from weekend mushroom hunt [Re: pegasus]
    #3220677 - 10/06/04 12:01 AM (12 years, 1 month ago)

LOL, I was just in West Central Wisconsin (Jackson county) deer hunting this past weekend and saw damn never the same exact mushrooms all over the woods. They are really poppin right now expecially after all the rain we got. Unfortunality I didn't see anything I thought looked like an edible. Lots of russalas and boletes.


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Re: Pictures from weekend mushroom hunt [Re: pegasus]
    #3220709 - 10/06/04 12:06 AM (12 years, 1 month ago)

looks like B. edulis to me


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Re: Pictures from weekend mushroom hunt [Re: Psilygirl]
    #3221808 - 10/06/04 09:13 AM (12 years, 1 month ago)

The 2nd bolete is very bitter after a taste/spit test. It also has a very clear net pattern at the top of the stem. I used the info at mushroom expert to identify it. It looks like the pictures on the following web page. http://www.bluewillowpages.com/mushroomexpert/tylopilus_felleus.html

However, if there is something I missed, let me know!


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Re: Pictures from weekend mushroom hunt [Re: pegasus]
    #3222866 - 10/06/04 03:11 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

pics 1,3 and 4 look like B. edulis to me, if you cook them up i recommend cutting out the pores.

i'm not sure what bolete #2 is but it looks different than the other 3 and if it has a bitter taste it's prolly not edible.

edit: i'm now second guessing my claim on pic 1 being B. edulis... while the cap looks just like it, the stem doesnt look to be "beefy" enough... 3 and 4 definitely look like B. edulis though, without a doubt


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Edited by Psilygirl (10/06/04 03:29 PM)


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