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Old 02-03-2017, 09:59 PM   #361 (permalink)
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At the office today, winter gloom, smog, and snow was interrupted by finding these. I was definitely surprised. Maybe this year will be better for shrooms.







Flammulina velutipes I presume. (velvet foot)


Hey, top of page again. That has to be a good omen.
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Old 04-22-2017, 04:38 PM   #362 (permalink)
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Some of my favorite things about being in the hills in the spring made their way home with me this morning.



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Old 04-23-2017, 07:51 PM   #363 (permalink)
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Just saw this thread. Very excellent. I've been harvesting Boletus edulis for many years on the North Slope during the archery elk hunt. In fact, it's more of a mushroom trip that I take my bow along on anymore. They're in my spaghetti tonight.

I need to get out more. I have the Audubon Field Guide to North American Mushrooms, any opinions on it?
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Old 04-24-2017, 11:53 AM   #364 (permalink)
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Just saw this thread. Very excellent. I've been harvesting Boletus edulis for many years on the North Slope during the archery elk hunt. In fact, it's more of a mushroom trip that I take my bow along on anymore. They're in my spaghetti tonight.

I need to get out more. I have the Audubon Field Guide to North American Mushrooms, any opinions on it?
I haven't used that particular guide. The guide I use is

Mushrooms of the Rocky Mountain Region
Vera Stucky Evenson, Denver Botanic Gardens
https://www.google.com/shopping/prod...BbYQ8wIIqwMwAw

I got this one because it is pretty region-specific. It's been a great resource for a relatively novice mushroom hunter.
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Old 04-24-2017, 02:11 PM   #365 (permalink)
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Just saw this thread. Very excellent. I've been harvesting Boletus edulis for many years on the North Slope during the archery elk hunt. In fact, it's more of a mushroom trip that I take my bow along on anymore. They're in my spaghetti tonight.

I need to get out more. I have the Audubon Field Guide to North American Mushrooms, any opinions on it?
It's a good one. The color plates are off on a lot of them in my opinion but a good resource. I use the National Audubon Field Guide to Mushrooms a lot and it is a good one and "All That The Rain Promises And More" is also a good one.
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Got a bunch of morels so far


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Old 06-04-2017, 01:37 PM   #367 (permalink)
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Ok you mushroom guys-- help me identify these (looked in the Audubon mushroom book and did not find them. Thanks.
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Ok you mushroom guys-- help me identify these (looked in the Audubon mushroom book and did not find them. Thanks.
What color is the spore print?
What color is the flesh when bruised?
Is it growing on rotted wood?
Is it growing under a conifer? If so, pine or spruce/fir?
What is the average cap size of the mature specimens?
Any odor?
Ring on stem?
Veil on stem?
Are the gills attached to the stem?

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What color is the spore print? ummm
What color is the flesh when bruised? Brown
Is it growing on rotted wood? Yes
Is it growing under a conifer? If so, pine or spruce/fir? No
What is the average cap size of the mature specimens? Half dollar
Any odor? None
Ring on stem? No
Veil on stem? ummm
Are the gills attached to the stem? No

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I think they resemble a deer mushroom in the book?
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I think they resemble a deer mushroom in the book?
Got it. thanks

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