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OfflineSingularFusion
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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: jaycrayzy]
    #28046060 - 11/11/22 08:50 PM (1 year, 6 months ago)

any fungus including mold can show mycelial growth but in my opinion that is myc growing out and running away from trouble, as you said. You could carefully take a transfer to a new plate. For this purpose you want the tiniest transfer piece possible, should be able to be cleaned up after a series of transfers

I have had mixed results myself with syringes on agar, the very nature of a liquid media and bacteria works against you. Whether it is the syringe itself or your technique may be hard to determine, unless you are regularly doing a lot of flawless work and then this happens

anyway in future probably your agar stuff will get a lot more attention here: https://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php/Number/25662166

look forward to seeing those cultures looking pretty in some weeks :rockon:

all the best with it mate


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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: SingularFusion]
    #28046148 - 11/11/22 09:36 PM (1 year, 6 months ago)

All filamentous fungi are composed of mycelium.

:sneakypeek:


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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: Nichrome]
    #28046371 - 11/12/22 02:56 AM (1 year, 6 months ago)

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Nichrome said:
All filamentous fungi are composed of mycelium.

Quote:

Nichrome said:
All filamentous fungi are composed of mycelium.

:sneakypeek:



BREAKING NEWS SHROOMERY!
We now know what filamentous fungi are composed of! Turns out it was mycelium all along.


Yeah I asked a few questions but "what is filamentous fungi made of?" Wasnt one of them.
Seriously some people on these forums drive me nuts. Am I the only one that gets offended when someone tries to teach me mushroom cultivation 101? Then the other type of shroomery smartasses are the ones that will go through your grow log and point out everything you did that differs from their routine and still won't answer the question you need answered.

You know if the toxicity in these forums got turned down a few notches, all shroomery readers might actually make new discoveries or more advanced teks. The only reason we know so much about other sciences is because the knowledge was passed down freely for others to start where another left off. In my experience, that is absent here. It's a shame.

Sorry for the rant I just had to say it


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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: Sporulator] * 1
    #28068901 - 11/25/22 01:59 PM (1 year, 5 months ago)

That's awesome! I also cloned two S. brevipes on MYA a while ago, but none of those started fruiting yet. How long did it take for your culture? Is there a little contamination close to the edge at about 2 o' clock? Maybe a competitor could promote fruiting?

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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: Poison Drink]
    #28069184 - 11/25/22 05:07 PM (1 year, 5 months ago)

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That's awesome! I also cloned two S. brevipes on MYA a while ago, but none of those started fruiting yet.




Poison,

I was just curious, as Suillus brevipes is mycorrhizal, did you plan
on knocking up some conifer trees? Or maybe some out of the box experimenting indoors?  I always find it fascinating experimenting with mycorrhizal species.

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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: murderlabz] * 1
    #28070334 - 11/26/22 03:02 PM (1 year, 5 months ago)

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murderlabz said:
Poison,

I was just curious, as Suillus brevipes is mycorrhizal, did you plan
on knocking up some conifer trees? Or maybe some out of the box experimenting indoors?  I always find it fascinating experimenting with mycorrhizal species.




I seem to have forgotten to quote this post of Sporulator. It was a response to his fruiting clone culture of Sparassis brevipes on agar, so I wasn't talking about a Suillus. My bad.

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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: Poison Drink] * 5
    #28071021 - 11/27/22 01:34 AM (1 year, 5 months ago)

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Poison Drink said:
That's awesome! I also cloned two S. brevipes on MYA a while ago, but none of those started fruiting yet. How long did it take for your culture? Is there a little contamination close to the edge at about 2 o' clock? Maybe a competitor could promote fruiting?




      I don't think it's the contam. Sparassis brevipes starts to fruit with or without contams
      before the agar is completely colonized after 7-10 days. 

      MYA is not the best choice. PDA works well for Sparassis brevipes and
      oat flakes/glucose agar works even better and cultures started from spores
      grow better than clones.   

      Sparassis brevipes on oat flakes/glucose agar:


     


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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: Sporulator]
    #28071306 - 11/27/22 09:41 AM (1 year, 5 months ago)

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Sporulator said:   

      Sparassis brevipes on oat flakes/glucose agar:


     




Awesome culture my friend, well done:cool:


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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: inski]
    #28071330 - 11/27/22 10:08 AM (1 year, 5 months ago)

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inski said:
Quote:

Sporulator said:   

      Sparassis brevipes on oat flakes/glucose agar:


     




Awesome culture my friend, well done:cool:




      Thanks Inski! :cheers:


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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: Sporulator] * 3
    #28071403 - 11/27/22 11:12 AM (1 year, 5 months ago)

'Bengal' - South India woodlover (has no name yet). Sequences close to P. niveo-tropicalis.


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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: inski]
    #28071467 - 11/27/22 12:23 PM (1 year, 5 months ago)

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Sporulator said:   
      Sparassis brevipes on oat flakes/glucose agar:


     




Thanks for the information! Will you try and fruit it off some substrate next?

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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: Poison Drink]
    #28071489 - 11/27/22 12:36 PM (1 year, 5 months ago)

Quote:

Poison Drink said:
Quote:

Sporulator said:   
      Sparassis brevipes on oat flakes/glucose agar:


     




Will you try and fruit it off some substrate next?




      I'm working on it.


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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: Sporulator]
    #28073701 - 11/28/22 08:41 PM (1 year, 5 months ago)

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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: fungusul] * 2
    #28096275 - 12/13/22 05:07 PM (1 year, 5 months ago)

Quite happy with these.





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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: Tucky]
    #28096454 - 12/13/22 06:56 PM (1 year, 5 months ago)

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Drunken Lullabies1 said:
Quite happy with these.








Those last two would drive me crazy. I would want to make soo many transfers from it. Lol

Very nice.

Here are a few I’m working with.

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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: HILLBILLY OUTLAW]
    #28096457 - 12/13/22 06:59 PM (1 year, 5 months ago)

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HILLBILLY OUTLAW said:
Quote:

Drunken Lullabies1 said:
Quite happy with these.








Those last two would drive me crazy. I would want to make soo many transfers from it. Lol

Very nice.




As soon as the plates I ordered get here I will be

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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: HILLBILLY OUTLAW]
    #28097215 - 12/14/22 12:43 PM (1 year, 5 months ago)

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HILLBILLY OUTLAW said:
Quote:

Drunken Lullabies1 said:
Quite happy with these.








Those last two would drive me crazy. I would want to make soo many transfers from it. Lol

Very nice.

Here are a few I’m working with.







:popcorn:


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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: Nichrome]
    #28105248 - 12/19/22 07:37 PM (1 year, 4 months ago)

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Nichrome said:
Quote:

HILLBILLY OUTLAW said:
Quote:

Drunken Lullabies1 said:
Quite happy with these.








Those last two would drive me crazy. I would want to make soo many transfers from it. Lol

Very nice.

Here are a few I’m working with.







:popcorn:




Those four of yours look pretty bitchin too. I made some new transfers yesterday so we will see in a few days.

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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: Adas]
    #28106789 - 12/21/22 02:09 AM (1 year, 4 months ago)

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Adas said:
'Bengal' - South India woodlover (has no name yet). Sequences close to P. niveo-tropicalis.





wow ! im hooked :smile: :eek::popcorn:

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Re: Mycelium on Agar Picture Thread [Re: mykophil] * 1
    #28136834 - 01/12/23 03:26 PM (1 year, 4 months ago)

Trich vs. Penicillium (vs. Ovoid)



Moldy aphid placed on Agar


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