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  3. Hoosierfunguy

    Chickens

    What a great find. My knife would be cuttin away! There seems to be a lot of Chickens this year. I hope there's as many hens fruiting!
  4. Dhuntington

    Chickens

    Very nice
  5. Max502

    Southern Indiana Hunting.

    Floyd, Clark, and Harrison county hunting.
  6. Hi guys - I am from Charleston SC, but will be in Bloomington this weekend visiting my sister and brother in-law and their new baby. If anyone wants to go for a walk and look for mushrooms, I will be looking at the (very helpful!) maps here and maybe heading out for an hour or two sat + sun to get some fresh air. Also wanted to say - what a great website + resources you guys have here! Matt
  7. I think they are cinabar chanterelles. Are they? Thanks in advance!
  8. Xiaojun

    Puffy balls?

    Thanks!
  9. Dhuntington

    Chickens

    Nice walleye and yellow perch. The meal sounds good
  10. Hoosierfunguy

    Puffy balls?

    They look like lycoperdon pyriforme (pear shaped puffballs).
  11. Hoosierfunguy

    Puffy balls?

    Yes
  12. Xiaojun

    Puffy balls?

    Are these puffy ball?
  13. BossHogg

    Chickens

    Lol. Thanks. They were extremely fresh and i rolled them in Louisiana brand seafood breading, then egg dredge, followed by panko crumbs and deep fryed them with the walleye i caught yesterday.
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  15. Bruce

    Chickens

    BTW, BH, your kids mugging for the camera are hilarious. :-) Bruce
  16. Bruce

    Chicken in the woods?

    Seems to be chicken of the woods, but definitely too far gone to eat. Come back to this same log next year and maybe you'll have more luck. Bruce
  17. Oysters do this when they get rained on or generally get a day or two past prime. If I get hard up for wild mushrooms, I've been known to collect them and trim them as you did; but since they fruit pretty much all summer I usually just wait until I stumble across something that's in better shape. What you did won't hurt you. I just think it's more work than it's worth. Hope this helps, Bruce
  18. Bright yellow is caused by a slime mold.
  19. Going to the wood today, saw some oyster mushrooms. Some of them stained bright yellow under the gills. Anyone saw that before. I only collected those having a little yellow and I cut the yellow part off. Is that ok? Thanks!
  20. Hoosierfunguy

    Chicken in the woods?

    *Sulphureous (I forgot to edit talk to text)
  21. Hoosierfunguy

    Chickens

    Those look prime.
  22. Hoosierfunguy

    Chicken in the woods?

    It does look like an older Leatiporus sulfurous. "Chicken of the Woods" Not to be confused with Sciurus Carolinensis "Chicken of The Trees." Although they are both edible, the Sciurus is fuzzier in appearance and lacks the sulfur yellow color. 🙄
  23. Are these chicken in the woods? Thanks
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