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About Renee

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  • Birthday 11/12/1973

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    Loving everything alive and under the sun :)

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  1. Found in a mixed coniferous forest. Only 1. Hefty in weight. No spore print availability... must be a baby πŸ˜‡
  2. I found some more, but with white gills and a white spore print in the same field??
  3. Ok thanks!! They are everywhere. The dark brown top, yellow stem ones and the lighter caramel brown top, white stem ones. I was thinking about taking the caps off, dehydrating them and using them in soups - Are they worth the time? I fried them up one time and they were quite slimy, so not sure if I should try to dehydrate them....
  4. The smell is almost sweet, and aromatic. I can smell it from where i am sitting.... and not an earthy smell. Sweet. No spore print yet. May be too you g to get one. Another excited moment of mushroom finding. I should have left it for another few days..... definitely will have a partial veil...
  5. Hmmmm a slight earthy smell if anything And mine had a brown spore print
  6. Great feedback, thanks again πŸ˜ƒ
  7. Hey - the spore prints are a cinnamon brown...
  8. Ok thanks! What type of suillus you think? I have another similar sticky cap, but the stem is more white and so are the pores underneath
  9. Found growing big and strong in a small ponderosa pine forest. Cinnamon spore print, and caps are still shiny and sticky. Thank you
  10. Took my breath away. Spore print is a darker brown and there were at least 7. That i could quickly see. A meadow mushroom?
  11. The spore print is brown. Is this a gilled bolete? the top is not sticky. I thought it was a penny bun bolete when I first spotted it... ?
  12. Thanks Dave. And always, appreciate your time and information... I collected a bunch more of these but they have mysteriously evaporated from the envelope i was keeping them in. Tried to get another spore print, but again, the mushroom (and I don’t use this word often) literally disappeared. I was left with a dark smudgy stain, so not sure of the exact spore colour.... however - here are a couple of pictures from what i found on my forest adventures today. They were on the forest floor, and many groupings or clumps of them Thoughts?? Haha and don’t mind the white mushrooms shown off to the side of the photo - those questions are coming next! Along with a few others πŸ˜‰πŸ™ƒ thanks again πŸ˜ƒ
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