Looks like it could be Brefeldia maxima starting up. Tapioca slime mold
Nice find! Thats so awesome!
Dude that cordyceps pic is unreal. Healthy lookin oysters too
Can you get some more pics? Gills cap and stem? Is the stem tough or brittle? Maybe get a spore print too
I think i would have to dig around in my books to get a proper id on this one and all my books are currently somewhere in a box til next week
Maybe if it was a weekend i could drive out
Yeah there is a chance for them to fruit outdoors. Climate pending, of course
Just in my own opinion id say the mushrooms are doing a good job of fighting off the mold. If the fruits arent super moldy id think theyre ok to...
Location, what it was growing and and any other details you could provide about it may help
No other info?
I really think the pic problems are on my end and not yours. Keep em coming! We're all here to help and i personally love seeing pics of what...
Keep us posted! Cant wait to see the results
Can you take a sample? Maybe this is a new species
I personally do not eat pholiota and especially do not reccomend it with out a 100 per cent id on the species.
As for the pics... i dont know....
Im still having photo issues but they look like a Pholiota species to me
Any time! Hope to see more hunting pics soon!
Yep. Still inky caps
No. Those are Coprinellus micaceus. Inky caps. Not magic
I havent tried this with hemp. Thats an interesting idea tho
I dont know whats going on but pictures havent been working for me lately. Im going to try updating stuff and check back later
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