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  1. Hoosierfunguy

    Any morels in southern Indiana yet?

    I can only suggest that you be sure of the tree ID and seek out the older, larger trees. Morel season is nearing its end in southern Indiana. Another strategy I've hear heard repeatedly is to check out areas where there has been a fire within the last few years. I hope you find the motherload! πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ
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    Need help identifying the right trees.

    Here are two fairly good videos that might help
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    Any morels in southern Indiana yet?

    What kind of trees are you looking under?
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    Morels and half free morels?

    Yes they are. The first two pictures look to be grey morels and the last picture is certainly a half free morel.
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    Any morels in southern Indiana yet?

    I found 6 greys in northern Indiana yesterday, so they're poppin
  6. Hoosierfunguy

    Any Morels in Northern Indiana yet?

    This should be the time for southern Indiana for sure. I doubt that it's peaked yet, but up here in northern Indiana, they usually don't pop up much until the soil temp is near 50 and we've got at least another week until that happens. Can you post pictures of the mushrooms you want help identifying?
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    Any Morels in Northern Indiana yet?

    I haven't even gone out yet, because They usually don't start popping up until the last week of April here in northwest Indiana. What county are you in?
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    New to Hunting

    Haha! You're not alone. Which town are you in? I live in NWI too and know of a great spot for half free morels and some yellows. The black ones are not as easy to find. If you know anywhere that has been a burn site in the last 1-3 years, those seem to be great places for morels
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    Any morels in southern Indiana yet?

    The peak season for southern Indiana should be in two- three weeks, so you might start seeing them next week
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    Help contacting site administrator

    I'm disappointed to see that this group is doing things exclusively on Facebook. I guess it's because so many more people are there, however, some people (like myself) are not interested in signing up on Facebook for specific reasons, including (but not limited to) the NSA and CIA's involvement in psychological social programs using technology on that site. There's a lot of things that most people are completely unaware of, but it's a personal choice. I would like to see important notices and links on this site also.
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    2019 wild mushroom course

    I'm also looking forward to signing up for the courses
  12. Hoosierfunguy

    Winter boredom

    I'm fairly certain that they are Enoki (Flammulina Velutipes), but I'm not sure if there is a toxic look alike.
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    Winter boredom

    I found these at a friend's house
  14. Hoosierfunguy

    Oyster Mushroom?

    I didn't realize there was an oyster mushroom that wasn't white and convexed.
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    Microscope help

    I don't know how many people get notification of new topics, but several people check a few times per week. It's definitely not a large group of people, but the quality of knowledgeable people is rich, in my opinion. Makes me feel like a novice...oh, wait....I am a novice...lol

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