Guess that Mushroom

Discussion in 'HUNTING & IDENTIFICATION' started by Alan Rockefeller, Jun 11, 2012.

  1. LuckOfTheFryish

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    Yeah you gotnit muskie
     
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  2. muskie

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    Pluteus cervinus sensu lato
     
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    That's the one.
     
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    crap, I don't have any mush pics on this computer or in the camera.... The location (I believe) is Pennsylvania gtm.jpg
     
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    The stipes seem a little too straight and skinny to me, but for lack of a better guess, im going to say Craterellus fallax.
     
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    you're on the right track, but not quite there yet. I didn't want to make it TOO easy :D
     
  8. JHorn

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    Craterellus cinereus?
     
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    yet another step closer, ....one more try? C. cinereus is larger with a more wrinkled hymenium and less textured cap (and is typically darker)
     
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    I'd call it, Craterellus calyculus
     
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    Muskie wins. I would accept Craterellus/Pseudocraterellus calyculus/subundulatus. It came from mushroom observer under C. subundulatus (J. Plishke )
     
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    RhizoDork Fake it till you make it

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    Ok, this doesn't count because I don't know either, but I saw this in a thread and thought if you guys. These pics were taken in a very old gold mine in Germany. They were growing in total darkness on the boards that served as shores in the tunnels. Now...GUESS THAT MUSHROOM... lol. large.9996CF09-0069-4369-8985-069C52600E69.jpg.0917f26095e2bf79edf4d9f410ff2510.jpeg large.B1367D76-2EB5-4714-82A9-DBFCF23390FD.jpg.3ec2cdd0e8474e4574a4e6232ae11338.jpeg
     
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    IDK. But it looks like those miners need a little more FAE! LOL
     
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    I guess the million dollar question is...would ya eat em? Lol. This is apparently a mine that's been in use since the 1300s. It's peak was between 1400 and 1550. It's a tourist site now. The OP of these pics is a fellow myco geek, and knew enough to snap some pics. The myc growth in that second picture is nuts. That cave gets a big waft of fresh air, that wall will be covered in fruits. Cool shit. Forrest.jpg
     
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    Welp. Just to get it rolling again, one from today:

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    it's hard to identify an atypical mushroom, like one growing in an old cave, but all signs point to hypholoma sp. (fasciculare) for the cave mushroom. Like I said, it could be a number of things
     
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    Lets revive this sucker! Waiting on Muskie's confirmation/ deferral
     
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    That was right. P. pulmonarius on Tulip Poplar
     
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    Oh my! That means I'm up.