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OfflinebOemius
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Tricholoma flavovirens
    #4077402 - 04/20/05 04:42 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Does anyone have some info about this mushroom? :confused: I picked some last fall  in coastal pine woods (Pinus Pinaster). The taste is great :smile:...
They're considered edible and choice but poisonous if eaten in large amounts :frown:.
This was a case in France were 3 people died. But till now no one have established what amount that can be eaten before it becomes dangerous :confused:.
Here where I live it's common to pick this mushroom, but not know anyone dying because of it.


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Re: Tricholoma flavovirens [Re: bOemius]
    #4077442 - 04/20/05 04:48 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Quote:

Does anyone have some info about this mushroom? I picked some last fall in coastal pine woods (Pinus Pinaster). The taste is great ...
They're considered edible and choice but poisonous if eaten in large amounts .
This was a case in France were 3 people died. But till now no one have established what amount that can be eaten before it becomes dangerous .
Here where I live it's common to pick this mushroom, but not know anyone dying because of it.





Here you go here is a link with some info on it.


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Re: Tricholoma flavovirens [Re: Civ]
    #4077521 - 04/20/05 05:01 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Thanks CIV :wink:,
but i'm wanting some experience from someone that dealed with this mushrooms personaly.
Does this mushroom have similarities with Tricholoma Magnivelare habitat?


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Re: Tricholoma flavovirens [Re: bOemius]
    #4078666 - 04/20/05 09:42 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

I know that this is a ectomycorrhizal fungi that loves sandy soils under coastal pines, like were i found them every year.
Does anyone know any other specie/strain of edible/medical mushroom that can be applied to this kind of conditions?!Anyone?


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Re: Tricholoma flavovirens [Re: bOemius]
    #4079278 - 04/21/05 12:21 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Hello. I found them in landscape plantings under some pine trees. This was in the end of December in my local. They are delicious.


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Re: Tricholoma flavovirens [Re: gardentoad]
    #4080246 - 04/21/05 09:41 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

yes, as you said delicious :smile:
Did you tried cloning or agar culture?!
I think it?s feasible that the process used to inoculate truffles into new trees could be made with other species/strains of mycorrhizal mushrooms


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