https://mushroomobserver.org/360325 - Hosp Grove Park, Carlsbad
A. califoricus yellows just in the stem base and A. xanthodermus yellows all over.
Today I taught a class on identifying mushrooms using DNA sequencing at a biohacker space in Oakland. I just put the whole thing on YouTube -...
You have a Mycena and a Coprinopsis.
Could your A. xanthodermus actually be A. californicus? Did it yellow anywhere other than the stem base?
Do yours have orange rhizomorphs at the base of the stem? Here is one I found yesterday that does, David Arora and I are wondering if that makes...
They will be uploaded to GenBank. Here is a result for the lobster mushroom, a collection from Baja California Sur I made earlier this year:...
Not sure if this is the real Helvella crispa, DNA sequencing is needed.
From the Psilocybe...
Season in Puerto Rico is about the same as it is in Mexico - June through October.
Here is what you can expect to find:...
Colexta, Veracruz, Mexico is a small community surrounded by cloud forest above Xalapa. http://mushroomobserver.org/location/show_location/15902...
22nd of November
I agree with Pluteus.
Peziza sp., or Tarzetta
Your Lactarius from the first post is Lactarius rubrilacteus, it's mycorrhizal with douglas fir.
The sclerotia-looking things might be...
It's too white for Chicken of the Woods - maybe it's something more like Climacodon.
There are a few species passing as C. nuda in the USA, but none of them are actually C. nuda.
Your Limacella is a Cortinarius.
Consider using more natural light, the flash is a bit harsh on these. It's best to have around 10% of the...
1) Tricholoma or Lyophyllym
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