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  1. hoosiermushrooms

    McCormicks Creek Walk

    Meet at the Nature Center at 1pm.
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    Today's Foraging Results

    Good stuff!
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    Please, help to identify

    Some are. Some are edible.
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    How to post photos?

    Do you see an add images button here when you are logged in? http://hoosiermushrooms.org/index.php?/gallery/
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    ID help please

    Calvatia cyathiformis/craniiformis
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    Please, help to identify

    Many Tylopilus are not bitter and will bruise.
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    Please, help to identify

    They are Tylopilus. Need more info to get to species.
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    Shades foray

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    Corn Smut

    Was this wild in Indiana, or was this cultivated? I would be interested in a sample if it is native.
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    Thanks for all the great info!
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    Help me ID please

    The Bolete is Xanthoconium separans
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    Please, help to identify

    Need to know if the taste is bitter
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    Id help

    May be Pleurotus/Lentinus levis/laevis
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    Are these truffles? If not what are they?

    These are too immature to get a reliable ID. Check the same spot again and there may be a more mature specimen.
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    That is correct. The next courses will be for morels in spring 2019.

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