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The Shaggys Are Up in Northeast
    #938993 - 10/07/02 09:34 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)


This was found in a field

These(If They Work) were found in Maryland
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Re: The Shaggys Are Up in Northeast [Re: gregre]
    #939216 - 10/07/02 10:47 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

OK, going through the "Mushrooms of Maryland" page my guesses are:

1. Russula sp.
2. Amanita sp.
3. ??? - can't see the gills to guess
4. Russula sp.?
5. Nematoloma sp.?
6. Amanita sp.
7. Russula sp.
8. Suillus sp.
9. Boletus sp.? - it's a bolete of some sort
10. Russula sp.
11. Amanita sp.
12. Hygrophorus sp.? - can't see the gills
13. Lactarius deliciosus group
14. Amanita sp.
15. Boletus sp.? - again, it's definitely a bolete
16. Lactarius deliciosus group
17. Amanita sp.
18. Boletus sp.? - another bolete
19. Amanita muscaria
20. Clitocybe sp.??? - can't see the gills very well, and a spore print would be good on this one
21. Coprinus comatus

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Re: The Shaggys Are Up in Northeast [Re: gregre]
    #939248 - 10/07/02 11:02 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

Hey I just seen 5 shaggys after two days of straight rain in Michigan..It was in a strip of mowed grass but was soo green you could tell that it has had a mulching mower used on it for awhile.....Cool how after they drop spores the let the enzyme to degrade its flesh so fast....Now there are just the stems a standing..Thought to pick um and cook them but I had a very bad experience with a shroom as a teen so I dont eat anything from outside.....Picked a amanta muscaria and was about to eat when I noticed maggot type worms in the gills.......


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Re: The Shaggys Are Up in Northeast [Re: gregre]
    #939408 - 10/07/02 12:01 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

nice gregre.
what was that toxicman?


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Re: The Shaggys Are Up in Northeast [Re: ToxicMan]
    #940234 - 10/07/02 04:16 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

Number 20.The spore print was white. I thought it to be a oyster. I found these on a stump of a willow and the young ones have the appearance of sonoma brown oysters.
number 18 was a huge Bolete. It must of weighed in at around 4 to 5 lbs, and the size of a Horseshoe crab, or, to people that don't know what that is, the size of a basket ball.


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Re: The Shaggys Are Up in Northeast [Re: gregre]
    #940815 - 10/07/02 07:48 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

#20 is interesting. Could you cut one in half and show us the cross section? Also, are the gill edges smooth, or are they serrated (like a serrated knife)? (I'm thinking possibly Lentinellus).

#18 could be Boletus edulis. Cut it in half and see if it bruises. Also, verify if there is a net-like surface on the stem, near the top, which should be white or at least paler than the stem.

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Re: The Shaggys Are Up in Northeast [Re: ToxicMan]
    #941467 - 10/08/02 01:41 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

#18 was yellow flesh bruising colbalt blue then to brown no net like texture on stem. Stem was smooth but did go to lighter color at top. The smell was excellent.

Now for #20. No seration-smooth gill. stem -brown at base to white at top. gills were conected to stem. I wish I could tell you more cause by the time they made the trip back to where I live they seem to decompose alittle. I always at the time of picking them try to take note on their condition, but there are sooo many species where I gathered these it was hard to keep track. I still have ones that I took pics of and not published them.

There was one that looked like somebody spewed in a big pile on the ground. That one I couldn't get a sample of it was too delicate and slimy.

There were some as small as a couple mm's across and everything in-between.

I wish I could be more scientific about it but I really don't have the time to. I like taking pics of the at least thats something.

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Re: The Shaggys Are Up in Northeast [Re: gregre]
    #941766 - 10/08/02 06:24 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

#18 sounds like Boletus miniato-pallescens, which is of unknown edibility.

#20 will probably have to go unknown. It looks somewhat like many Clitocybes, but there are other mushrooms that look like that, too.


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