hoosiermushrooms

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  1. Nice. If you would be willing to dry a portion of one, I would look at the DNA.
  2. Thanks. I have no collections of this species. Dry it in a dehydrator on the lowest setting or in front of a fan. Then just put it in a ziplock bag. Also please consider filling out this form with your images. That way it will already in my database when it arrives: https://mycomap.com/quick-report Then just write the number of the report that was created on the front of the ziplock bag. https://mycomap.com/reports/single-report I will PM you the address
  3. What part of the state?
  4. Check out http://www.mushroomexpert.com/hemipholiota_populnea.html. I would be interested in the specimen if it is still there in reasonable condition.
  5. Great finds!
  6. Looks like Pluteus cervinus.
  7. The mushrooms in the grass above are likely Honeys. They are just growing from buried roots.
  8. Nice chicken. Please consider posting to our online foray. https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/hms-online-fall-foray
  9. Thanks for sharing. The Amanita is Amanita muscaria var. guessowii. Also Suillus americanus.
  10. I have only seen one small one so far. I think a few got thrown up early. The major harvest is still to come.
  11. https://www.facebook.com/events/636923613362331
  12. The final two could be Chanterelles and a Russula. But more images would be required to confirm.
  13. I will open registration for it this weekend.
  14. No they are Honey Mushrooms
  15. until
    Greetings all, This walk was originally scheduled for September 16, but we are moving it back one week to Saturday September 23rd from 1pm to 3 pm. Meet at the firetower near the buffalos.