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bobby b

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About bobby b

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  • Birthday 08/20/1955

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    Pittsburgh PA
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    saltwater fishing, hunting, cooking.

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  1. Wikipedia has had a page that shows a new sub genus and a new section Roanokenses that realigns species to a this new section. RET doesn't have it. Is this change valid?
  2. No, I'll check that out. I took the glare off the the photo which added a little more yellow to the gills. Thanks Dave.
  3. Here's a series of photos I'm identifying as C rhacodes. I'm wondering about C olivieri. I see post of it from the west coast and Europe. Does it exist here in PA? This mushroom developed green tones as the name olivieri suggest.
  4. Congratulation to Dave W on "Wasilewski's Brown Ringless Amanita" Amanita Wasilewskii. The brown Amanita I photographed has a white partial veil, yellow gills and a thick white volva that does not leave warts. The volva material can form patches on the cap but they slide off. Amanita ??
  5. Looks like L ochropurpurea.
  6. Might be Berkeley's polypore.
  7. Need to see the underside, but this looks like Berkeyley's polypore.
  8. I believe that was the case. I posted on mushroom observer. Safonov proposed pseudosensibilis. Mushroom Observer: Observation 416695: Lanmaoa G. Wu et al.
  9. This only had light bluing. The stem section show maggot holes that stained red like in a bi-color.
  10. Mushroomexpert has a oyster like mushroom listed that looks like yours. For the most part the site covers NA. Your mushroom looks like it might be Hohenbuehelia petaloides.
  11. I found this single mushroom with oak and beech nearby. The cap was brown with hints of red and a yellow margin. The pores were pale yellow, shallow & matured pinkish. The stem was yellow with red basal streaking and white mycelium. It lightly stained blue as I handled it and the pores and flesh also lightly stained blue. It barely gave up a spore print but when scraped together it was brown with a red or pink tint. M.E. list the spore print for L carminipes as olive brown. L. carminipes ???
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