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OfflineMissFiringNeuron
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what is this slimy monster
    #518589 - 01/12/02 05:23 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

found this on my way to the woods after last nights rain, excuse the picture size, the scanners all messed up but the cap has got a slightly larger diameter than a 50 cent piece





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Re: what is this slimy monster [Re: MissFiringNeuron]
    #518685 - 01/12/02 07:26 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

This year azure hunting i would find those in Hammond Oregon i dont think there active but they do blue alot no idea on the species?


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Re: what is this slimy monster [Re: Azurepower]
    #518692 - 01/12/02 07:32 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

I see them usually in a more dried out state when i am looking for amanita muscaria var. formosa, one of the dogs had a lil one in its mouth once


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Re: what is this slimy monster [Re: MissFiringNeuron]
    #518852 - 01/12/02 11:26 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

LoL, I found the same mushrooms and when I saw the bluing reaction I was thinking "Hell yeah!" After I posted my pics here they kinda pissed on my parade =\

That mushroom is called a Milky indigo, the scientific name is something like Laceterus indigo. They are not active, but are edible... this doesn't mean that it tastes good.

Keep hunting, you're bound to come up with something.

Peace out,
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Re: what is this slimy monster [Re: Gumby]
    #519090 - 01/13/02 04:54 AM (14 years, 10 months ago)



this mushrom bruises blue, purple, red, orange and green


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Re: what is this slimy monster [Re: Mitchnast]
    #519157 - 01/13/02 06:43 AM (14 years, 10 months ago)

Yeah now that you mention it, I found a bunch of those this year, but they were much larger, more flourescent orange, with big green stains all over. The common name is deliscious lacturnis or something, did not look too tasty to me...but hey what do i know....hehe


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Re: what is this slimy monster [Re: MissFiringNeuron]
    #520406 - 01/14/02 01:36 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

Hi - i dont think those are Indigo Milky's.

They look to be "Silver-blue Latex"??
-I think thats what they are called in Nat. Audubon Society.

Silver blue latex' grow here in florida cow fields
-and i would suspect they are also in everyone elses fields too.
+ I sometimes find these growing in well manured/rich soil also, in the fields. -And when they do fruit from this the nutrients in the manure makes for a really very beautiful colored mushroom. -And along with many other non-active mushrooms found along riverbanks/trails/ and sandy soil-When these mushrooms find their way onto the cow fields, they sometimes get mixed up in everything and actually grow straight from the Dung.-This in turn makes for a pretty mushrooms, with more "colorful" attributes. Just like a cube "shines" with a special translucent color-the manure in itself is anatures A+ premo blend of perfect substrate for my shrooms to grow. Why???-I have no idea.

Indigo Milky's are also found here in florida pastures and trails/riverbanks/streams.

-Neither are psychoactive, nor do they contain any Psilocybin.

The Indigo Milkys smell sort of fruity, and they are edible.
-Usually they have too much sand, from pushing up through loose sandy soils -
so i have never eaten them.


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Re: what is this slimy monster [Re: GGreatOne234]
    #527146 - 01/21/02 08:34 AM (14 years, 10 months ago)

This is definitely an Lactarius species (probably Lactarius Deliciosus).


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Re: what is this slimy monster [Re: zeronio]
    #527622 - 01/21/02 09:30 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

yea i was positive it wasnt active just curious what it is, what is the one i keep seein in the woods that is in various states of purple ranging from bordering the cap to the whole shabang, cream colored gills white stalk

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Re: what is this slimy monster [Re: MissFiringNeuron]
    #528448 - 01/22/02 07:42 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

Those are the same mushrooms I posted a question about, but wasn't equipped to take a photo of.  I figured they weren't active, but they look really cool.

Thank you all for information :smile: 


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