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Any luck or help in Maine?
    #4432079 - 07/21/05 05:38 AM (11 years, 4 months ago)

Hey, I was wondering if anyone out there is having luck finding shrooms in Maine at all? Any help or tips would be appreciated.

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Re: Any luck or help in Maine? [Re: jrcbdc2001]
    #4432097 - 07/21/05 05:55 AM (11 years, 4 months ago)

I have been looking in cow fields in the early AM and havent really fount much of anything.


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Re: Any luck or help in Maine? [Re: jrcbdc2001]
    #4432287 - 07/21/05 09:22 AM (11 years, 4 months ago)

If you would look at the hunting section the shroomery has to offer on the mainpage you would find what grows in your area.


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Re: Any luck or help in Maine? [Re: duster]
    #4432309 - 07/21/05 09:32 AM (11 years, 4 months ago)

its been too hot in the northeast last couple of days, we need some rain.


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Re: Any luck or help in Maine? [Re: jrcbdc2001]
    #4432383 - 07/21/05 10:20 AM (11 years, 4 months ago)

some edibles are begining to fruit now in the midcoast region (lobster mushroom). late summer and early fall will produce a fantastic array of edibles (chicken mushroom, forest mushroom, various boletes...). no sighting of the blue stain yet.


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Re: Any luck or help in Maine? [Re: RasB]
    #4434821 - 07/21/05 07:55 PM (11 years, 4 months ago)

Been finding baby amanitas popping up all over, amongst Birch, Spruce, and Pine. I found some around my house and some at Peakes Kenney last weekend. No blue-foot yet.


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Re: Any luck or help in Maine? [Re: jrcbdc2001]
    #4441992 - 07/23/05 10:29 AM (11 years, 4 months ago)

I lived in NH for a summer. I was always looking for mushrooms. The only ones I finally found were Paneolus Subbalteatus. Found em in mulch laid down under shrubs and flowers. Fruited in midsummer during relatively warm moist weather. "Two years ago I worked at a golf course in northern new england. In early summer we layed mulch down around shrubs and flowers throughout the golf course. The mulch came in one large pile and before we used it I noticed a musty smell and lots of mycelium running through it. About 2 weeks after laying the mulch down mushrooms began growing. As it turns out the whole golf course was covered with subbs. Subbalteatus tend to be a bit larger, the caps open up more with age and there seems to be more of that zone effect(drier mushrooms don't show zoning as much). Also you will notice a mottled appearance on the gills when looked at from the side. All in all it is very similar in apearance to Feonisecii but you will know the difference when you have found both mushrooms a few times. "


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Re: Any luck or help in Maine? [Re: avionando]
    #4446286 - 07/24/05 10:53 AM (11 years, 4 months ago)

I've been finding some shoice amanita caps, which I must say, the first ones of the season ARE moer powerful!

I've had a steady supply of reishi all spring and summer long.

Boletus Edulis is out. Do you need anything else to eat?

Well, Chantrelles are about as rare this years are morels...

I have not found ANY subbs this year, you have to check horse fields, by the way.

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Re: Any luck or help in Maine? [Re: yogafire]
    #4474578 - 07/30/05 09:01 PM (11 years, 4 months ago)

Anyone here found Gymnos in ME? If so what kind of habitat and season do they prefer?


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Re: Any luck or help in Maine? [Re: emeryg89]
    #4477852 - 07/31/05 06:53 PM (11 years, 4 months ago)

A little early still for Gym's. Where getting a nice rainfall tonight and tomorrow, you'll find some nice Amanita's on Tuesday.


Spectabilis is rather rare up here. Dont' forget, bluing is your friend. DOn't eat any Gym that doesn't bruise bluw, for your own safety. Of course I could be tlaking to a certified mycologist, but I jsut tell everyone that.

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