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Douglasjfetter

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    Fayetteville
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    Finding wild food, plants animals and especially mushrooms which is harder than I initially expected but a hell of alot of fun

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  1. Douglasjfetter

    Boletes?

    I found some more of these and will update the post.
  2. Douglasjfetter

    Purple ones

    No I only cut then photograph then post then move to the next one to avoid a mix-up that may be a fatal mistake.
  3. Douglasjfetter

    Yard mushrooms

    Definitely don't see any purple or grey in the print. I did dig up the area and there are some roots growing around but small maybe a quarter inch or smaller the mushrooms themselves did not seem to be "attached" to them. These are the prints after 24 hours maybe you can see them better without the light. This is where I found them
  4. Douglasjfetter

    Yard mushrooms

    Everything I have read about brick caps though seems to say they grow on stumps or logs, these seem to be growing up out of the grass and pine needles right along my hogwire fence. There is still more there I'll take a picture but there is no way my fence is 2 ft in the ground and they are scattered. I can't believe there is a buried log there. I'll check a little bit later.
  5. Douglasjfetter

    Yard mushrooms

    The prints always seem to lighten up a bit with my pictures. There is a light above where I print and my phone seems to lighten it up a bit for some reason. I am no photographer lol. It seems to be a rusty brown a shade or 2 lighter than the picture. After researching the hypholoma I am leaning towards brick cap. Would you agree with this?
  6. Douglasjfetter

    Yard mushrooms

  7. Douglasjfetter

    Yard mushrooms

    Can't figure these out.... Any ideas. . spore printing now but the caps seem to have some sort of brownish print from the ones above but can't be sure yet
  8. Douglasjfetter

    Purple ones

    The cap with the spore print was a day old. The other cap had more of a purple grey color. It's a beautiful mushroom! But I have to agree with you. After much research everything seems to line up with L. Ochropurpurea
  9. Douglasjfetter

    Boletes?

    No flash was used. It looks to be a very light tanish white. It had just rained the night before and they felt like they were slimy and sticky to the touch.
  10. Douglasjfetter

    Blue mushroom help

    That is it exactly! I am finding them everywhere now.
  11. Douglasjfetter

    Blue mushroom help

    Not really good but best I could do
  12. Douglasjfetter

    Boletes?

    This was the spore print
  13. Douglasjfetter

    Purple ones

    Here is the spore print
  14. Douglasjfetter

    Blue mushroom help

    It didn't happen right away, but as I was doing stuff around the house. I noticed that my fingertips are stained blue. And where I cut the gills seem to be turning a bluish green.
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