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Michigan finds today and yesterday...
    #6025345 - 09/03/06 05:48 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

I found these yesterday around our farm.... I'm not asking for IDs because i didn't get prints or anything but if anyone wants to throw guesses out there feel free I'd love to know... going out again tonight so i'll add more later...

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Mushroom type 1 topside...



Mushroom type 1 underside...

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Mushroom type 2




Mushroom type 3 pins



This is what Mushroom type 3 looks like all grown up...

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Mushroom type 4




Mushroom type 5




Mushroom type 6
This one felt really soft and spongy was about 1" tall 1"wide




Mushroom type 7




Mushroom type 8 (not really sure it was a mushroom
just looked like tons of tiny pins coming from a log)




Mushroom type 9 topside



Mushroom type 9 underside




Mushroom type 10




Mushroom type 11 underside



Mushroom type 11 top and side views

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Mushroom type 12 side view



Mushroom type 12 topside




Mushroom type 13 topside



Mushroom type 13 underside




Mushroom type 14 side view



Mushroom type 14 topside

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Mushroom type 15 (I don't know where this came from it was on the ground fresh already broken with none like it nearby that we could spot)

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I'm pretty sure this isn't fungi but it was cool so i thought i'd show it....



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Re: Michigan finds today and yesterday... [Re: CosmicFunGuy]
    #6025400 - 09/03/06 06:09 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

Your right, the last one isn't a fungi, it's a plant.

Monotropa uniflora or indian pipes.

Type 11 looks to be an artist's conk and type 14 looks to be dryad's saddle.


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Re: Michigan finds today and yesterday... [Re: CosmicFunGuy]
    #6025678 - 09/03/06 07:47 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

Tonites finds...
Not much different but heres what i saw....

Mushroom type 16 topside



Mushroom type 16 underside




Mushroom type 17 is very phallic (last pic is with leaf removed...)

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Mushroom type 18




Mushroom type 19




Mushroom type 20 was beautiful and HUGE!!! The picture doesn't do it justice, the first one was more than 2 feet wide... Here's type 20 Topside

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Mushroom type 20 underside




Mushroom type 21




Mushroom type 22 Not-so giant puffball mushroom




Mushroom type 23 topside



Mushroom type 23 underside




Mushroom type 24




Mushroom type 25



Mushroom type 26




Mushroom type 27





I went out a bit late today so only had an hour or so but these were my finds...


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Re: Michigan finds today and yesterday... [Re: CosmicFunGuy]
    #6027033 - 09/04/06 06:45 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

Woah, you gotta lotta pics there :wink:

There are a few I recognize off the bat:
Types 7, 9, 18 and 19 are some sort of trametes or species from similar genera.
Type 1 looks like something in the ganoderma genus, perhaps ganoderma australe or g. lipsiense
Type 13 look like flammulina velutipes to me (enoki-take), although it seems a bit early for that species. You might want to check if these are indeed f. velutipes, as they're considered a choice edible by some.
Type 14 could be meripilus giganteus (which Michael Ko argues should be called 'rooster of the woods')
Type 20 are chicken of the woods (laetiporus sulphureus), a choice edible, although some people show allergic reactions to them (gastric upset), so if you plan on eating them, prime a small sample first and eat the rest the following day. The younger fruitbodies and the outer rings of the older bodies are considered edible.
Type 23 looks filimiar to me, perhaps they are hapalopilus rutilans (= h. nidulans), but I could be completely wrong at that...

Well, hope that helps a bit, perhaps one of the experts on these boards could jump in and shed some more light on your finds.

Thanks for sharing!


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Re: Michigan finds today and yesterday... [Re: koraks]
    #6027440 - 09/04/06 10:31 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

thanks....

You said number 13 (the orange one) looked like flammulina velutipes, did you by chance mean number 12... neither really looked like any enoki-take i've seen before but 12 certainly more so in my opinion, but 12 was a bit browinh color and enoki-take are white correct? Do they actually grow wild in michigan?

I certainly appreciate your IDs i know its hard to do with just a picture. I'd like to verify the ID on number 20 as well so i will try collect some more information on it. It was very velvety looking. If this is indeed laetiporus sulphureus there were a few younger specimens that were cleaner (no bugs) than this one. That i'd like to harvest


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♫ ♪ In the garden of many fields, there is no me or you. There is no right or wrong. There is no up or down. There is no black or white. Everyone is the plow man. Everyone is the seed. Everyone harvests and everyone yields. In the garden of many fields, everyone is one with one love and one love is one with everyone. ♪ ♫
lyrics from: Transglobal Underground - Eyeway Souljah (from Psychic Karaoke)


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