show off your edibles!!

Discussion in 'HUNTING & IDENTIFICATION' started by bloodworm, Mar 9, 2013.

  1. Tangich

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  2. bloodworm

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    very much so...
    i was just thinking that if it came from the US it is likely not A. auricula-judae.

    gorgeous fruits!!:luv:
     
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  6. bloodworm

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    looks like a Lentinus species.
     
  7. Alan Rockefeller

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    Guarding the edibles

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    Edible if you make tea

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    All of the species on this table are edible

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    Talking about the edibles on Television

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    Mushroom dinner with Cactu

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    Ustilago maydis (corn smut)

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    Black morels from Pico de Orizaba

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    My oh my! Great shots everyone!
     
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  10. Tangich

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    It's a 'White enoki', Flammulina velutipes, grown outside in open air.
     
  11. Alan Rockefeller

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    Here is some Flammulina velutipes var. lupinicola from far northern coastal California:

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    late to the party as usual, but here are some of mine...
    Ganoderma tsugae
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    Chlorophyllum olivieri
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    Fomitopsis officinalis
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    Clitocybe gibba
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    Craterellus tubaeformis
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    Morchella
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    Hygrophorus hypothejus
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    Tricholoma flavovirens
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    Lyophyllum decastes group
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    Boletus edulis var. grandedulis
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    Hypomyces lactifluorum
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    Cantharellus formosus
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    Suillus luteus
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    Flammulina velutipes
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    Hericium coralloides
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    Leucoagaricus americanus
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    Pleurotus dryinus
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    Hypomyces lactifluorum
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    This thread is :mushroom::mushroom::mushroom::mushroom::mushroom:+:star:
     
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    I found these today in Oklahoma on an oak log. I need a positive ID if possible from the pics.

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    Edit: Thanks Tangich, I knew that much or I wouldn't have posted here. But I guess I will have dig more to find specifics.
     
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  16. Tangich

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    They are an edible Auricularia species! :super:
    I'm not confident giving a species specific ID, because European and NA species are often found to be genetically different, but they are definitely edible and good!
     
  17. Wonder Girl

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    Agreed.
     
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    Armillaria tabescens

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    Home grown lions mane

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