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  1. I'm trying to identify this mushroom It’s some kind of ganoderma species. Is it edible? Medical properties?
  2. Hello All, I'm trying to conceptualize a potential work trip that involves foraging as well as hopefully spotting Coprinus and/or Ganoderma (Reishi). The tricky part is the trip must be in March... However, I discovered that March = kick-off to mushroom season in Australia/New Zealand. Would love any and all insights on forests in these regions! Anything would be of great help Many thanks! A
  3. I found these mushrooms on an old pine in northeast Wisconsin late May From what I've read, there are no "classical" Reishi (G lucidum, lingzhi) in the wild in N America, and many of the possible species I would consider don't come this far north questions A) possible ID B) Are these good for Reishi tea C) If good- what is the best time to harvest? (these look pretty young)
  4. Found on a down red oak. Not the typical dorm I expect of ganoderma lucidum. Would like to harvest some to make medicinal tea if it is the right thing.
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