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Everything posted by ladyflyfsh

  1. Well, that's great news CWlake and welcome to the forum.
  2. Could be Meripilus sumstinei. Does it stain black when you rub it?
  3. Welcome...there are a lot of myco clubs in the North East so you shouldn't have any problem finding some locals to help you out.
  4. Not honies...not sure what, but not honey mushrooms
  5. I'd say they are Omphalotus illudins http://www.mushroomexpert.com/omphalotus_illudens.html
  6. I would agree with gkavulich http://www.mushroomexpert.com/meripilus_sumstinei.html they are edible when young and fresh but only the softest parts.
  7. ChefsWild, will you be at NAMA this year in NC? It is near Asheville. I'll be there.
  8. Glad to have you, PJgirl. There are a lot of members on here from Ontario!
  9. Wade, those were super old and yukky. These are clear and fresh specimens. It is very difficult to ID old rotten mushrooms. Right now, ringless honey mushrooms are popping up all over the country. They are early if you ask me. I would not have expected to see them earlier than September. They grow in my yard in SW Florida in November.
  10. Hi Wade...your first shot is perhaps too early to tell in this stage. It might be an early growth of a chicken of the woods, it could be a dyers polypore, an Albatrellus, but in this stage it is close to impossible. Keep an eye on it and take more photos as it progresses. the second photo I have no idea. Is the color accurate?
  11. Armillaria tabescens, ringless honey mushroom
  12. for sure the last ones are gilled boletes. The first one has the appearance of a Leccinum I find in FL, but maybe hortonii, the second one looks like it's of the B. edulis group,
  13. Nice collection, shroomersue! I was hoping to get to that foray but it will have to wait until next year.
  14. North East Mycological Federation...I'm hoping to make it to that one of these days. Will you be at the NAMA foray this year, Dave? I am attending since it will be in North Carolina and close enough to make sense going. Have a nice vacation!
  15. Where ya heading this time, Dave?
  16. Ganoderma lucidum does not actually exist here in the US, so that would make this Ganoderma curtisii.
  17. trout, try to field dress your mushrooms...meaning, cut off the dirty clumps on the stems and clean them up BEFORE you put them in your basket and leave all that dirt and such in the woods. It will just make all the rest of you mushrooms filthy and harder to clean later. Wondering if those top middle mushrooms in question might be Lyophyllum decastes
  18. I'll be in and out but I have my work cut out for me keeping up with the two facebook groups. I usually do the facebook stuff and Dave does this but Dave needs a break once in a while....lol
  19. Poisonings30year-1.pdf Here is something everyone should read.
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