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OfflineFutureBlues
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Northeast FL ID requests
    #7474872 - 10/01/07 08:00 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

I've just started to get into mycology lately, and it's very interesting. I mean, definitely, the ultimate goal of any of my mushroom hunts thus far have been to successfully find some active 'shrooms, but I enjoy the hunting nonetheless. Also, photographing fungi in the wild, active or not, is a worthwhile hobby.

All of the following were found in the same general area of a wildlife preservation, in northeast Florida (Jacksonville). The surrounding plants are pretty limited to trees and palm frawns. The ground is covered with pine-straw, and the dirt is very, very wet.

(I can't be sure that the following species are seperate, but I will differentiate them the best I can)


Species #1





Light brown cap-somewhat darker in the center, light brown stem, white/tan/transparent gills. Very small.


Species #2







All-white, though somewhat transparent. Very small (see denim fibers).


Species #3





Dark brown cap and stem, tan gills. Very small (see denim fibers).


Species #4



Growing out of a dead branch; gray-brown rings (darker toward center). Small.


Species #5






Species #6






Species #7





(very sticky)


Species #8






Species #9




Species #10






Species 11






Species 12




Species 13



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Re: Northeast FL ID requests [Re: FutureBlues]
    #7474891 - 10/01/07 08:04 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

NIIiiiiicceeeeee pics
makes my wanna change my background on my desktop

yee I highly doubt any of those are active
but great pics nonetheless


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Re: Northeast FL ID requests [Re: wizee]
    #7475295 - 10/01/07 09:58 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

1-3) Marasmius
4) Polypore
5) Could be a Cortinarius or Hebeloma or something else
6) Lepiota
7) Hard to say, maybe Tricholoma
8-9) Unknown
10) Could be an Armillaria
11) lbm


Nice camera, the first pic is pretty cool.


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Re: Northeast FL ID requests [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #7475372 - 10/01/07 10:21 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

I appreciate the pic-quality comments. I really love the camera, although I'm just borrowing it (possibly permanently?).

Also, thanks much alan for the id's. I'm very interested about the identity of species 9. I found it growing in very shallow ground, and the odd shape sparked my interest so I felt I had to take a picture of it.

Also, is there any way to classify "lbm's"? I mean, if an lbm were to contain psilocybin how would a hunter know the difference between it and a poisonous one?


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Re: Northeast FL ID requests [Re: FutureBlues]
    #7475401 - 10/01/07 10:30 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

> Also, thanks much alan for the id's. I'm very interested about the identity of species 9. I found it growing in very shallow ground, and the odd shape sparked my interest so I felt I had to take a picture of it.

Yes, that one is very interesting. I have never seen anything like it. Almost looks like a Cordyceps. Do you know what the substrate was?

> Also, is there any way to classify "lbm's"?

Yes, almost every LBM has a scientific name. It sometimes takes some research to figure it out.

> I mean, if an lbm were to contain psilocybin how would a hunter know the difference between it and a poisonous one?

Most of the LBM's that contain psilocybin bruise blue and have dark spores, while the poisonous lookalikes do not bruise blue and have dark spores.


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Re: Northeast FL ID requests [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #7475449 - 10/01/07 10:44 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

Oh okay. I've seen the blue bruising before but not on any of the lbm's I've handled thus far.

#9 might have been growing from something solid, but as far as I could tell it was growing straight from the soil (underground).


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Re: Northeast FL ID requests [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #7475483 - 10/01/07 10:55 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

you are going the right way , try to take pictures of different angles, and in site, exactly as they where growing then you can move a bit to see the gill or volva, or if it growing in a tree, do you remember more details about number 9 specie, it look like spider web in there, it was growing from a stick or small ,leaves, you are one of the few that i bet have more possibilities to find a exotic active in the woods of florida, look in ravines, muddy places, in sandy soil, , i did not see many micorrisic there , mostly wood lovers, perhaps you need to get more deep , look in ravines, jaja all my best


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