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Offlineshah
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Went on a Hike.. (PNW)
    #7560920 - 10/25/07 11:41 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

And found all sorts of interesting things. I have about 6-7 different species, that I have brought here for the available shroom guru.

Just a cool translucent looking mushroom.



Species #1





Habitat: Woods - Found in grass/dirt with a lot of fallen pines and leaves.
Gills: the gills are white / tan
Stem: around qtr ti half an inch. white
Cap: tan to white or visa versa
Spore print color: being made
Bruising: none observed
Location: Washington

Species #2







Habitat: On a small stick with a small amount of moss hanging over a creek. We had to pull some acrobatics to obtain this one.
Gills: the gills are white and slightly brown. I think, hard to tell
Stem: small and just white, with some greys
Cap: brown to tan then white, attached at one point in time.
Spore print color: being made
Bruising: none observed
Location: Washington

Species #3







Habitat: Woods - Found in grass/dirt with a lot of fallen pines and leaves.
Gills: the gills are white / dark
Stem: brown with some white hairy stuff going up it
Cap: white tan brown white.
Spore print color: being made
Bruising: none observed
Location: Washington

Species #4






Habitat: Woods - Found in grass/dirt with a lot of fallen pines and leaves.
Gills: the gills are white / dark
Stem: brown with some white hairy stuff going up it
Cap: white tan brown white.
Spore print color: being made
Bruising: none observed
Location: Washington

Species #5

I'm hoping this is the good stuff, as it is very near and abundant.







Habitat: Woods - Found in grass/dirt with a lot of fallen pines and leaves. Very wet
Gills: the gills are white / tan. attached at one point
Stem: brown with some white hairy stuff going up it
Cap: brown tan brown white.
Spore print color: hard to see at this point. But mostly black sorde brown purple
Bruising: none observed
Location: Washington

Species #6

Its at a time like these that i wish i had a bigger lens.





Habitat: Woods - High in the tree. Didnt move other then the 360 turn of the head.
Gills: no gills
Stem: some feathers
Cap: more feathers
Spore print color: N/A
Bruising: none observed
Location: Washington


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Re: Went on a Hike.. (PNW) [Re: shah]
    #7560961 - 10/25/07 11:53 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

hmmm...lots of nice mushrooms there. Species 1 looks to be hyphloma fasiculare. Species 5 is not active, maybe some type of lepiota. The others appear to be inedible as well.


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Re: Went on a Hike.. (PNW) [Re: landsnorkler]
    #7561200 - 10/26/07 12:52 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

None are active.

Species #5 is an Armillaria species. It might be edible, but you need to wait for a more experienced ID, some armillaria will make you sick.


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Re: Went on a Hike.. (PNW) [Re: jet li]
    #7561912 - 10/26/07 08:16 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

Species #2 looks like some kind of honey mushroom, I believe there edible but unatcive.

But as always, get a 100% ID before consumption.

Keep hunting my friend.


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Re: Went on a Hike.. (PNW) [Re: bort]
    #7562344 - 10/26/07 11:44 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

i wiil like to see about the spore prints because you said in the firs picture gills white /tan , i was thinking like landsnorkler sulfur turf

your secod specie i guees the same as the 3 maybe armillarea mellea

4 look like stropharia, or lacrymaria

5 look like more armillarea maybe tabescens

what was in the tree i can´t see it


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cuando una rafaga del pensamiento nos pasa  al lado se puede sentir  que valio  la pena  haber vivido, y cuando ese pensamiento se  convierte en sueño no paramos de soñar hasta realizarlo


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Re: Went on a Hike.. (PNW) [Re: cactu]
    #7562420 - 10/26/07 12:10 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

1) Hypholoma fasciculare
2) Too young to see what they are. Probably Armillaria.
3) Armillaria
4) Could be a Stropharia or Psathyrella
5) Could be Collybia, Clitocybe, or an omphalinoid species.


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Re: Went on a Hike.. (PNW) [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #7563284 - 10/26/07 02:58 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

theres an owl in the tree.


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Re: Went on a Hike.. (PNW) [Re: shah]
    #7563389 - 10/26/07 03:28 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

yzz, very nice,. Finding owls on forages is always a hoot. ;P


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Re: Went on a Hike.. (PNW) [Re: snoot]
    #7563780 - 10/26/07 05:57 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

nice owl , look like is very young :sun:


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Re: Went on a Hike.. (PNW) [Re: cactu]
    #7564355 - 10/26/07 08:52 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

Species #2 has a brown purple spore print. Along with Species #3.


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Re: Went on a Hike.. (PNW) [Re: shah]
    #7564387 - 10/26/07 09:06 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

THEN IS STROPHARIA aurantiaca maybe


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Re: Went on a Hike.. (PNW) [Re: cactu]
    #7564477 - 10/26/07 09:40 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

is there an obvious reason as to why they are not psychoactive?


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Re: Went on a Hike.. (PNW) [Re: shah]
    #7564514 - 10/26/07 09:51 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

> is there an obvious reason as to why they are not psychoactive?

There are a couple hundred species that contain psilocybin, they are not one of those species.


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