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    I was then transported to a magical land......


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    haha.. classic.

    nice pics guys.

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    Arkansas fungus
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    steer clear of humungus fungus

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    Mas shrooms








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    brado1, very cool stuff. nice shots

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    Here are just acouple after 2 years I prob. have acouple hundred colored mush pictures..I have about every color under the rainbow..I'll post more as I upload..































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    you look like a bunch of fun guys to hang with.....



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    Great pictures....

    Here I post two that took this "past" summer.

    Hope You like them.



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    Sorry for my mess up....
    Still learning how things work here...

    did anybody say nOOb?

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    Don't eat the bright colored ones... save them for Plymmer...

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    Here's a more serious post.
    This is a Cup Fungi, which are quite common in the California Sierra Nevada Mountains. But are often very tiny and easily overlooked.

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    shrooms and slugs

    Both are common in the forests of western Oregon.
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    Wow, some great photos in here. I usually don't ride with a camera, so I don't have any ride-specific photos. But, I do occasionally pick some edibles. Chicken and hen of the woods, and fortunately our puffballs and giant puffballs don't have any inedible variants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyphix
    No clue what it is. The ride to get to it is pretty killer though... not because of the technical terrain (its gravel roads) but more the multiple and not rolling 17% hills.

    Ganoderma tsugae

    Commonly called the Hemlock Varnish Shelf. Inedible, but valued in asian markets as an anti-cancer fighter when made into a tea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rafdog
    Arkansas fungus
    Laetiporus sulphureus. Taste like chicken. Young and tender preferable to large and fibrous. Many other photos of this species on this thread, as it really stands out against the forest floor and tree trunks.
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    Maitakes

    Found these Grifola frondosa yesterday. AKA Maitake, Hen of the Woods, Sheep's Head. Delicious with pasta and fresh tomatoes last night. Many pounds in the freezer also. September and October is the time to find these delicious treats at the base of oak trees.

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    here's some nice fungus after my ride today. Lots of stuff out there.
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    Here's a couple from Mass.

    on my ride a couple of days ago. Not sure what they are though. Anyone?
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    From yesterdays ride...

    Still plenty of Shrooms around even as things dry out considerably.....the first one is probably not a mushroom....
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    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    Quote Originally Posted by zod
    I grow Shitakes but they're still sleeping....a few more weeks when it cools off they'll be busting out and ready to eat!
    I had my first two flower up over the weekend, we've been getting a lot of rain and some cooler temps the last week. Before I thought about this thread and snapped a photo I had already harvested and cooked them up! Next one that flowers I'll try to remember to photograph before eating.

    One was a beaut though.....bigger around than a bread plate!!

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    from out west











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    Some unique "mushrooms" I found in Mushroom Rock State Park, KS.

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    How dare they grow right on the trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffSkisMontana
    .....the first one is probably not a mushroom....
    Yep, it sure is a fungus. Some type of Hericium. It's likely a very tasty edible too.
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