Discussion in 'HUNTING & IDENTIFICATION' started by bloodworm, Mar 9, 2013.
very much so...
i was just thinking that if it came from the US it is likely not A. auricula-judae.
this site is like..."the best of the best."
What is that fourth picture?
looks like a Lentinus species.
Guarding the edibles
Edible if you make tea
All of the species on this table are edible
Talking about the edibles on Television
Mushroom dinner with Cactu
Ustilago maydis (corn smut)
Black morels from Pico de Orizaba
My oh my! Great shots everyone!
It's a 'White enoki', Flammulina velutipes, grown outside in open air.
Here is some Flammulina velutipes var. lupinicola from far northern coastal California:
late to the party as usual, but here are some of mine...
Lyophyllum decastes group
Boletus edulis var. grandedulis
This thread is +
I found these today in Oklahoma on an oak log. I need a positive ID if possible from the pics.
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.
They are an edible Auricularia species!
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!
Home grown lions mane
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