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While hunting for a nice secluded place in some nearby woods for an outside bed. We came upon these, growing on and around a large tree. They average 2 - 3 inches high with caps around 2 - 3 inches, very skinny stems. There was literally hundreds of these. An older patch of dying ones were totally black. The fresh ones ranged from a light tam to brown color. It looks like they will print dark brown. There is no bluing reaction so not likely active. Just wondering if anyone knew what they were. Oh yeah, I?m in Ontario.
mica caps...edible apparantly...but I have never eaten them. They always fruit heavy, around stumps and trees, on buried wood.
-------------------- "...I found dozens of single specimens. That's what I call hunting. There are only a few "good" hunters here, even now. You're certainly in that group. I would imagine if we hunted together we'd find our styles are similar."
- Mr. Mushrooms
RIP Matt, your friendship and your contributions to the world of fungi will be missed. Unfortunately we never got to hunt together.