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A variety of species from Oregon.(pics)
    #516405 - 01/10/02 03:09 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

I don't have the time to name these. If any one would like to submit their ID on these feel free. I have numbered each photo.

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Re: A variety of species from Oregon.(pics) [Re: Joshua]
    #516533 - 01/10/02 06:17 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

I recognize a few. But I am in a rush so I'll just identify the useful ones of the bunch.

# 12 Trametes versicolor (Turkey tail) a medicinal mushroom.

# 33 Sparassis crispa (Califlower mushroom) a choice edible.


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Re: A variety of species from Oregon.(pics) [Re: Joshua]
    #516655 - 01/10/02 08:39 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

Great pictures Josh,

What kind of camera do you have?
Takes good close ups.
Thanks for sharing.
Think i'll go for a walk tomorrow and see what i can find.


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Re: A variety of species from Oregon.(pics) [Re: Joshua]
    #516887 - 01/11/02 12:41 AM (14 years, 10 months ago)

Damb just when I am on my way out too...but I will have a quick go at some of the others. Ok #21 are some type of Mycena...nothin special, #14 are a little too wet but could be fried chicken mushroom...if they are they are edible...but don't eatem without 100 ID, 27/28 are blood red cortinarius, 36 and 37 some kinda stropharia most likely, hmmm now I am confused are 34 the same as #14? If so I might have been wrong, how big were they? How did they smell, spore print...they may be some type of Gymnopolis...need more info. #31 and #32 are also mycenas, that big yellow one is Lions mane I think...allthough could be a coral mushy. #35 is certainly a coral type...and I dunno...damb need to run. Will check back to this post later tonight and sort it out. Anyways, some real nice mushrooms...pretty sure that none are hallucinegenic...except for maybe the gyms...if they are Gyms, and the stropharia...if it is a stropharia...maybe...cheers and great pics.


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Re: A variety of species from Oregon.(pics) [Re: Joshua]
    #518964 - 01/13/02 01:52 AM (14 years, 10 months ago)

Damn, you're whiter than Workman!
#14 and #34 look like Hypholoma fasiculare(sulfur tuft) to me, but #14 could possibly be H. capnoides. If the gills have a greenish color to them when the caps mature, then it's the sulfur tuft. If you get a brown spore print, it's the smoky gilled mushroom, which is edible. Also, a good way to distinguish the two is that the sulfur tuft is bitter(as long as you don't swallow it, you're in the clear).


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Re: A variety of species from Oregon.(pics) [Re: Joshua]
    #527155 - 01/21/02 08:51 AM (14 years, 10 months ago)

Here are my guesses:
12,13 Coriolis Versicolor
14,34 Hypholoma Fasciculare
18,24 Fomitopsis Pinicola
19, 20 Pluteus
21,31,32 Mycena
22,23 old Fomitopsis and some parasitic funghi
25,26 Aleuria Aurantica
27,28 Chroogomphus
29,30 Pseudohydnum Gelatinosum
33 Sparassis Crispa
35 Xylaria Hypoxilon


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Re: A variety of species from Oregon.(pics) [Re: Joshua]
    #527614 - 01/21/02 09:14 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

27/28 look like Scarlet Hygrophorus... Just cause I don't know anything else that looks like that hehe I don't know anythijng


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