Southeastern US region please. I need a few more photos for an educational use project. Who's got some of these pics and is cool with them being used in an open source educational course? Mainly seeking lookalike species for the good edible ones.
1. Stinkhorns such as P. ravenelli in the "sneaky morel lookalike" stage with the gleba rubbed off? Could also use some Helvella and Gyromitra.
2. Pyncnoporus cinnibarinus? (I think they updated the name on that one recently) Hapalopilus nidulans also welcome. Stuff that looks like Fistulina hepatica and isn't that.
3. Hydnopolyporus species that are doing a good Sparassis imitation.
4. Climacodon and other resupinates doing a Hericium impression? Could also use some of the Hericium that aren't erinaceus.
5. Hygrocybe looking kinda like any of the Cantharellus. Also Hygrophoropsis aurantica.
6. Pleurocybella porrigens, Neolentinus doing a Pleurotus impression, Crepidotus, Phylloporus, Hoehenbuhelia etc, that can be mistaken for oysters of various sorts.
7. Thelephora and any of the corals that can do a decent impression of Hericium or Sparassis or anything else tasty on careless viewing.
8. Galerina, Gymnopilus, Gymnopus and Hypholoma that could be mistaken for Armillaria.
Holler if you have anything you're cool with pitching in. Need general locality and how you'd like to be credited. Much thanks!