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  1. Hi! I'm very new to mushroom finding/foraging and though I'm not at all ready to eat any of my finds, I'd love help identifying this black mushroom I found on a walk today. I believe it was growing nearby to some oak trees. Its cap is black/dark brown in color and the pores are black. When broken apart the profile of the pores are grey and the flesh pale grey, with the pores and flesh turning reddish before going fully dark grey/black. I hate to assume it is a T. alboater but wondered if someone could point me in a good direction for finding out what it might be? Thank you so much! I'm excited to continue learning about this fascinating kingdom!
  2. Found this in some wood chips near wet area. Cap is folded up and about 2 in. in diameters. Stem is about 1/2 in. in diameter and about 2 in. in length. A light brown in color with cap a little darker. Just want what this is as I was on my first mushroom hunt and this was the only species (even mushroom) that I found. About 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
  3. Can anyone help identify, is this magic? I only saw this 1 in the woods of north Florida. Growing from a dead log. Thanks!
  4. Found these little things in a holler near my house. Don't recognize them so I was hoping for a bit of help
  5. It's been raining for threes days and this morning I went in the bushes where I would normally find shrooms. There I saw and collected some wavy caps look alike (see pictures below). I need help to identify them. From my observation: In Malaysia, the habitat I found them was growing on the ground beside dried leaves and wood. Gills are crowded with irregular pattern. Caps are flat and wavy when matured. The stipe is bare reddish purple colored. Spore print was not clear looked like brown. Please help ID.. PICTURES ATTACHED BELOW
  6. Just got back from a great forage yesterday and found a load of boletus (Karl Johanssvamp in Sweden) Along the way, we saw as many as 20 different kinds of fungi and I was hoping to get some help IDing them since I'm a bit new to this. Any help is appreciated
  7. So each year I find this clump of mushrooms growing here in our yard while I'm mowing. I believe there is dead tree stump under them all.
  8. Hello all! I was taking a nice stroll and came across the mushrooms in open, mossy, grass. Found in West Michigan. It was located in a grassey mossy swath--about 5 feet right of the forest boundary, and 5 feet left from paved sidewalk. It rained steadily for the past few weeks. The temperature the past few days were ranging around 45-70 degree Fahrenheit. Spore prints are in the works, but looks as if it will be a darker orange or purple-black.
  9. I just recently started to get into wild mushroom hunting and right now Iā€™m picking everything I see I found these two different types of mushrooms on a trail by the river in my town in Michigan the lighter colored mushroom was found growing in a clump on a dead tree and the other tan topped blue stem and Gilled mushrooms were found farther down the trail off to the side in a mossy dirt area can anyone help me identify these id appreciate it !! Help me !!!
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