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Hey there, went several wonderful places today and found many different specimen. Some I could identify like shaggy manes and cyans, while others I have seen many times before and am not sure about, I know they aren't active though. Thought I would share my pictures with you. My favorite treat today was the brilliant orange one growing out of the ground. I have seen something like this before, only smaller and growing off of trees. But not on the ground. Anyways enjoy.
Here's that orange beauty: ( about 4 inches wide )
shaggy mane (do not know the correct scientific name)
My first discovery of cyanescens (found two patches, this one the smaller of the two -MUCH smaller of the two....Borealis will show you those Also I left these right there...see them in a week!
I tell you the only thing better than the adventure on the mushroom cyan is the adventure in discovering the first one . Awesome!
Always; just so you know, nymphs are not bastards. They are lucky though. The greek word nymph means a member of a large class of FEMALE nature spirits, sometimes bound to a particular location or landform. I.E. A meadow or Woody Debris. Nymphs often accompanied various gods and goddesses, as well as humans and dogs on adventures with wet toes. They were the frequent target of lusty encounters with fungal varieties. Snap
Congratulations on your finding your first patches!
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