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Offlinecanadian123
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back from the hunt 10 species to identify
    #8786948 - 08/17/08 04:03 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

Hey all well I went back out for a hunt today and found some interesting species I need help identifying them.

Species #1





Habitat: cow pasture

Gills: cream/orange not attached to stem

Stem: cream/orange

Cap: black

Spore print color: N/A

Bruising: No color change was observed.

Location: Picked in eastern ontario canada

Species #2






Habitat: wooded area growing in dirt amoung leaves

Gills: white attached to stem

Stem: cream/tan

Cap: cream/tan with darker nipple in cented or cap

Spore print color: N/A

Bruising: No color change was observed.

Location: Picked in eastern ontario canada

Species #3


Habitat: wooded area growing in dirt amoung leaves and cedar mulch

Gills: white

Stem: cream/tan

Cap: grey

Spore print color: N/A

Bruising: No color change was observed.

Location: Picked in eastern ontario canada

Species #4









Habitat: wooded area growing in dirt amoung leaves and cedar mulch

Gills: white/yellow bruise green

Stem: yellow/green

Cap: green/yellow

Spore print color: N/A

Bruising: bright green

Location: Picked in eastern ontario canada

Species #5




Habitat: wooded area growing in dirt amoung leaves and cedar mulch

Gills: white/yellow 

Stem: yellow/green slimy to the touch

Cap: green/yellow slimy to the touch

Spore print color: N/A

Bruising: none observed

Location: Picked in eastern ontario canada

Species #6





Habitat: wooded area growing in dirt amoung leaves and cedar mulch

Gills: white 

Stem: grey

Cap: grey

Spore print color: N/A

Bruising: grey/black

Location: Picked in eastern ontario canada

Species #7





Habitat: wooded area growing in dirt amoung leaves and cedar mulch

Gills: white attached to stem

Stem: white

Cap: white

Spore print color: N/A

Bruising: none observed

Location: Picked in eastern ontario canada

Species #8





Habitat: wooded area growing in dirt amoung leaves and cedar mulch

Gills: cream

Stem: cream/amber

Cap: amber/cream

Spore print color: N/A

Bruising: none observed

Location: Picked in eastern ontario canada

Species #9




Habitat: wooded area growing in pine needles

Gills: white/yellow

Stem: yellow/orange

Cap: orange

Spore print color: N/A

Bruising: black

Location: Picked in eastern ontario canada

Species #10


Habitat: wooded area growing in pine needles

Gills: white

Stem: grey

Cap: grey/white

Spore print color: N/A

Bruising: none observed

Location: Picked in eastern ontario canada


Edited by canadian123 (08/17/08 05:16 PM)


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Invisibleweiliiiiiii
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Re: back from the hunt 10 species to identify [Re: canadian123]
    #8787021 - 08/17/08 04:20 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

#9 looks like hygrocybe conica, so does the first one due to the black coloring. The specimens in the first two photos look sun baked for sure.


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Re: back from the hunt 10 species to identify [Re: weiliiiiiii]
    #8787110 - 08/17/08 04:48 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

1- i agree they may be hygrocybe conica.
2-some pictures look lik einocybe spore print should come rusty-brown.
3-maybe mycena, or laccaria.
4-hard one but  look like they are some of those bruising entoloma species , nice find and nice pictures of the bruising ,i see some pinkish spores to in some caps.
5-look like another hygrocybe specie diferent than conica,if you not notice any bruising.
6-mycena sp.
7-look like lyophyllum or maybe clytocybe .
8-maybe laccaria.
9- is another hygrocybe diferent than conica if no bruising observed.
10. marasmius, or maybe mycena.


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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: back from the hunt 10 species to identify [Re: cactu]
    #8787139 - 08/17/08 04:56 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

on #9 hes says there's no bruising but look at the last pic of them, the specimen on the left of the photo has black bruising.


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Re: back from the hunt 10 species to identify [Re: weiliiiiiii]
    #8787206 - 08/17/08 05:17 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

Hey sorry guys #9 shows black bruising my bad


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Re: back from the hunt 10 species to identify [Re: canadian123]
    #8787261 - 08/17/08 05:33 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

well I guess there is no "magic" in my woods :frown:


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Re: back from the hunt 10 species to identify [Re: canadian123]
    #8787318 - 08/17/08 05:52 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

Nice finds! Number seven looks to me to be Lyophyllum connatum.

Number three is a wierd one. Does indeed look like a Laccaria, the nearest one I could find was Laccaria purpureo badia, but is a bit on the small side plus I think said shrooms is limited to Europe and Asia. Mycena rosella does also fit.


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Re: back from the hunt 10 species to identify [Re: canadian123]
    #8787342 - 08/17/08 06:01 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

no ,wait a few years or read the actives of my area list . so you know at leat what grown close to you  but if you are in canada  lot of species there .


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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: back from the hunt 10 species to identify [Re: canadian123]
    #8788226 - 08/17/08 10:13 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

Nice hunt, number 4 is very interesting, how soon after damage did they bruise like that?
inski:cool:


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Re: back from the hunt 10 species to identify [Re: inski]
    #8788368 - 08/17/08 10:47 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

ya I like #4 too it bruised very quick the bruising on the gills happen when I pulled the stem off just before taking the pic.

Its supposed to rain tomorrow then get hot so I'm going to go out looking for some pan subs later this week.


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