Discussion in 'HUNTING & IDENTIFICATION' started by Alan Rockefeller, Jun 11, 2012.
Right they are prolly called many other names as they are so purty! Good work your turn!
How could we miss something with colors like that now u know why I grow instead of hunt mushrooms.
You were to mesmerized to focus lol
yes def a pretty one the mycena is close but that only good enuf for artillery lol
Alright. Here you go!
Since nobody is biting... here is a gill shot of one, though this is not my pic.
Aw shit I forgot you posted those! On it I have seen these erywhere out here!
Sure, care to take a guess at a species?
Castores is that spelled right lol damn these names!
I was leaning more towards ursinus, but I’ll give it to ya. You’re up
K i don't know this one but it was growing in my spider plant it has a very strong aroma and is yellow...
I would say leucocoprinus birnbaumii. Common in potted plants.
think you got it wasnt hard i guess but why not throw it up... my wife says since I started this hobby mushrooms have been popping up everywhere, I said I can't help it the mycelium gods have chosen me! I leave a mycelium footprint lol
This should be a good one.
Lol wtf now I'm scared!
Some sort of partially dried-out Ascocoryne sp.? Very early stage Lions mane?
Nope. This one definitely doesn't look like this normally.
Ha sense no one is nibbling ima get crazy and say
Hysterangium bonobo ha no way but I swear I found one of these a few days ago I should have grabbed it!
That’s a mutant green ! I don’t have a clue.
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