show off your edibles!!

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  1. bloodworm

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    Hericium erinaceus.

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  2. bloodworm

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    the title of this thread was supposed to be "show off your edibles."
    anyway to edit it??
     
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    Jeff would be your man. He does it for me all the time when he's on.

    Here's today's catch for tomorrow:


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    sweet!! :woot2:
     
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    Something from our 2012 season.
    The new is coming!
    This year, we are morel hunting! :woot:
     

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    here's a couple
    Leccinellum crocipodium (sensu auct. American)
    Pleurotis dryinus
    Xanthaconium seperans
     

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    If you are talking about cultivated edibles, here are a few favorites. More in the offing!!

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    gettin' revved up for these :)
     

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    It looks like this is "found" edibles. Let me locate some deliciousness!!

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    :luv:

    it's all good...found or grown...let's see em!!

    maybe we can use this forum to hook-up potential cultivators and hunters...
    i got spores kids...

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    Jeff Well-Known Member Moderator Mushroom Doctor Supporter

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    Fixed your title bloodworm.
     
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    thank you!! :D
     
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    This is all that I have to share at the moment. The greenhouse is full but not all are producing yet.

    Top side tt grow.

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    This silly N. ponderosus that can't figure out if it wants to cap.

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    and my wood ears that are in need of picking.

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    great stuff everyone!!

    Jeff, what 'supposed' species of Ganoderma is that??
    have you had them under the scope?
     
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    Jeff Well-Known Member Moderator Mushroom Doctor Supporter

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    Got me a bit confused....no Ganoderma in the pics I posted. Sorry for being lazy with my pic labels.

    1. Trametes versicolor
    2. Neolentinus ponderosus
    3. Auricularia auricula-judae
     
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    ahhh...cool.
    i thought 2. was a Ganoderma stalk coming out.
     
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    where did you get the print for the Auricularia??
     
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    No print. It is a commercial culture from the UK. Can't seem to find the link right now. Anyway a member got it on agar and sent me a wedge. Seems to grow out well don't you think?