Lots of cool stuff:-)

Discussion in 'HUNTING & IDENTIFICATION' started by kbg1977, May 29, 2012.

  1. kbg1977

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    So,a rare occurrence happened this morning while out on my daily hunt,it started pouring down rain!!! I really thought the world was coming to an end,because we don't get to see rain too often,maybe once a month if we're lucky:-(I got soaked to the bone,but the rain as short lived,and by the time I was done hunting the sun was blazing,and I was totally dry except for my shoes by the time I got back home!It's just determined that it's not going to rain longer than a few minutes here,and I can't stand it!Despite that,I found some cool stuff:)

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    Now this Big yellow mushroom,I've never encountered in all my years hunting,sorry Mr Turtle for interrupting your breakfast:)

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    coprinellus micaceus,I'm fairly certain,but feel free to correct me:)

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    I Hate plastic,but it was on site,and I needed something to put my lunch in:)

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    Artomyces pyxidatus,and I didn't interrupt Mr slug from his meal:)

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    I almost think this is a chanterelle,but I just don't know.It doesn't have that familiar apricot smell,and just doesn't seem right.

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    Reishi!

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    Mycena

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    Inky Caps

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    not sure if these are the same or some psathyrella.

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    And some unknowns

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    Look Ma,no Gloves!This one is for Wonder Girl;-)


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    Sweet Potato

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    I hope I got everything,was having major troubles with the up loader this morning:-(Thanks for looking:)
     
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  2. the spore depot

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    WoW awesome finds, did you let the turtle finish his breakfast?
     
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    :thumbup1:those little yellow mushrooms are boss
     
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    lots of cool stuff! Ima look again, but I'd say Amanita flavorubescens and yep, a chanterelle!
    I can't tell what them little yellow ones are, I can think of 5 things that look like that, got a pic of the bottom of one?
     
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  5. Wonder Girl

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    Great pics. Thanks for the shout out haha
     
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    so you got that storm too huh KBG? i got it last night. lightning heavy rain and huge hail for about 10 minutes. booo! it needs to rain more. hmm maybe i will go out for a quick hunt.

    cool pics and nice finds though.

    Amanita falvorubescens sounds good to me for the big yellow one.
     
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    Thanks guys,it was a fun morning!and yes,I put Mr Turtle back beside his mushroom,so he could finish his breakfast:)Damn SG,you're good,and when I saw that I thought Amanita from the beginning:)The little yellow ones were everywhere,so I'll have no problem going back for a better look and pics:)You need to get off that lazy butt,and go hunting man!Yeah WG when i saw that turd,I thought of you,ahahahahah,just kidding:)
     
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    That storm got me this morning while I was out,and lasted maybe an hour,I got soaked! Amanita falvorubescens definitely sound right,Thanks guys:)
     
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    I'm not convinced 100% of that Chanterelle. Does it have true gills or more blunted ridges? What is the inside flesh consistency like?

    I am also not convinced of the Mycena, it looks more like Psathyrellaceae (inky cap or Psathyrella). Your unknown inkies look like Psathyrella as well.

    Nice hunt, looks like a great place to go!
     
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    I'm still not convinced either,I know my chanterelles,and have once never found on that I was unsure of.I think they are more blunted ridges than true gills,and the inside of it seemed hollow.I even nibbled a tiny bit,and it tasted unlike any Chant that I've ever found.Yeah,I really need a good guide,as I only know the mushrooms I eat,and not much else.Again,I should have brought some home for printing,but I didn't want to mess with it,because I was getting soaked:)Thanks Tim,that place is pretty much my backyard:)
     
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    Great finds. Especially if you think of the fact you have rain very rarely! How come they grow anyway?
     
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    I live in a Humid Subtropical climate.It's so humid here,it keeps the mushrooms growing even with months of no rain:)
     
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    I'm about to go out for another hunt this morning,we got lots of rain yesterday:)Just gotta finish my coffee and I'm on my way,wish me luck:)
     
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    good luck!
     
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    Thanks buddy:)well,I went out this morning,and found some interesting stuff:)Seems like every time I go out,I discover something new here!I wanted to keep searching all day,but that Jalapeno,mushroom omelet I ate last night had me cramping and in dire need of a bathroom,so I had to hurry back home,ahhahah!Looks like a another round of storms is about to hit too!!!I've also decided,since I go out daily to just add my finds to this thread instead of starting up bunches of new ones:)

    An unknown Beautiful Stropharia

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    I believe these may be Stropharia too?Notice where I cut the stem in the second pic,it bruised reddish,within seconds.

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    psathyrella,notice how wet it was out,and I got covered in mud:)

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    Cup Fungi:)

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    Unkown

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    These looked like Albino Reishi

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    Unkown

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    And the Passion of the Flower as I was leaving the woods:)

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    I'm probably gonna catch hell for this, but Ima have to call that Leratiomyces ceres. It doesn't have a very scaley stalk and bruises red :shrug2: I couldn't find anything else that matches those features
     
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    1-2) Stropharia rugusoannulata, perhaps
    3-6) Not Stropharia
    9-10) Perhaps Kuehneromyces sp.

    Good luck and happy hunting!