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Backyard Mushrooms.
    #8813652 - 08/23/08 01:13 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

Got bored so I decided to see if i could find any mushrooms outside and see what they were.

1. Random Mushroom in the yard by its self. 1 inch tall 1 inch wide.



2. TONS of these pinning next to the garden at least 100 pins these are the only large ones at about 3 inches tall.



3 Another random mushroom by its self about 1 inch tall.






* Habitat Washington, All found in bark and soil   
* Characteristics of the stem All solid stems first one is pretty thick   
* Characteristics of the cap All caps are convex First one has pores 
* Spore print color I couldn't get a print off any of them   
* Color that the mushroom bruises Didn't notice any color change after bruising
* Scent of the mushroom They all smell like a mushroom



Thanks if you can name these for me.:omgawesome:


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Re: Backyard Mushrooms. [Re: pmb]
    #8813985 - 08/23/08 02:41 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

I know the middle one is a Laccaria, not sure about the genus of the others.  You should try completing the ID template:


II. Accurate mushroom descriptions
    It is critical that you describe mushrooms fully and accurately in order to get a proper identification.

    A good picture of the mushrooms is invaluable, but not required.
    Along with the pictures YOU ARE REQUIRED to provide the following data:

        * Habitat (where [woods, pasture, state,province,country, altitude] and what [soil, dung, wood (dead, living, what kind of wood?)] does it grow on)
        * Characteristics of the gills (color, attached/not, gills/pores, etc)
        * Characteristics of the stem (length, diameter, color, texture, hollow/solid, thin/thick, etc)
        * Characteristics of the cap (diameter,color, texture, conical/spherical, convex/concave, etc)
        * Spore print color (very important!)
        * Color that the mushroom bruises
        * Scent of the mushroom
        * Anything else you might find important

    For a template ID request please see this thread.

    For more detailed guidelines for describing your finds, please view  this document.

    For an explanation of mycological terms please refer to this document .


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Re: Backyard Mushrooms. [Re: CureCat]
    #8814212 - 08/23/08 04:03 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

The first one is in one of the bolete-like genera (well, duh...;)), so boletus or, more likely, tyloplius or felleus. Stem appearance rules out leccinum. With bolete-like mushrooms, it is important to note the habitat (especially which trees/plants they are associated with) and bruising (flesh + pores).

The last one could be an entolomoa, but that's just a wild and pretty uneducated guess.


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Re: Backyard Mushrooms. [Re: koraks]
    #8817273 - 08/23/08 08:27 PM (9 years, 5 months ago)

Quote:

koraks said:
The first one is in one of the bolete-like genera (well, duh...;)), so boletus or, more likely, tyloplius or felleus. Stem appearance rules out leccinum. With bolete-like mushrooms, it is important to note the habitat (especially which trees/plants they are associated with) and bruising (flesh + pores).

The last one could be an entolomoa, but that's just a wild and pretty uneducated guess.




The first one was next to an oak tree, no bruising on the flesh or the pores.


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Re: Backyard Mushrooms. [Re: pmb]
    #8817317 - 08/23/08 08:41 PM (9 years, 5 months ago)

My guess for the first one would be, Gyroporus castaneus, Chestnut Bolete.

They are a very good edible.


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Re: Backyard Mushrooms. [Re: falcon]
    #8817344 - 08/23/08 08:50 PM (9 years, 5 months ago)

I agree.

Link.  Three images.


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