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Dhuntington last won the day on April 30

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  1. Dhuntington

    Identification help

    I can see it
  2. Dhuntington

    Identification help

    Looks like pheasent back also called dryads saddle
  3. Dhuntington

    Help contacting site administrator

    I agree. I would much rather do everything threw the website
  4. Dhuntington

    Morel course

    Morel course has been listed on hoosier mushrooms face book.
  5. Dhuntington

    How to post photos?

    That is odd. When i bring up the dialog box it shows it on mine. Not sure what the problem is then. I will try and message one of the admins. And see if they know what is going on. I have also included a screen shot of what comed up on mine
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    How to post photos?

    When you are making a post if you look at the bottom of the dialog box there is a paper clip next to it it says choose file. Click on choose file and it should open your photos. Click the one you want and it should start to down load. Hope this helps
  7. Dhuntington

    100 Edible Mushrooms

    I have this book and use it alot. Along with edible wild mushrooms of illinois and surounding states by McFarland and Mueller and just got a copy of Mushrooms of the Midwest by Michael Kue and andrew Methven
  8. Dhuntington

    Id help

    May figured out this one too. Posibly Tricholompsis rutilans.
  9. Dhuntington

    Id help

    I may have figured this one out. Might be Cyathus stercoreus.
  10. Dhuntington

    Winter boredom

    Only one i know of is deadly galerina( Galerina autumnalis )
  11. Dhuntington

    Oyster Mushroom?

    There are several different oysters ranging in color from white to a purplish color. Found many in the brown color range and a yellowish one on some trees in indiana.
  12. Dhuntington

    Id help

    Found these groing on an old log. If anyone has any ideas let me know
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    Hen of the woods

    Old oak tree on the edge of an old pastur had some saplings and multiflora rose trying to hide it. All around the same tree. Did find some today in a city park just starting around a young oak. Only about as big around as a soda can
  14. Dhuntington

    Hen of the woods

    Lol. 55 on a country road
  15. Dhuntington

    Hen of the woods

    Found these on the way home from work.

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