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  1. Dhuntington

    Chickens

    Very nice
  2. Dhuntington

    Chickens

    Nice walleye and yellow perch. The meal sounds good
  3. Bright yellow is caused by a slime mold.
  4. Dhuntington

    Chicken of the woods?

    Going by the underside i would say its northern tooth
  5. Dhuntington

    Chicken of the woods?

    Doesnt look like chicken of the woods. If it is, its an old one.
  6. Dhuntington

    Lions Mane?

    Looks like bears head( Hericium Coralloides). Lions mane is more compact.
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    Unknown polypore

    Found these at shades state park and havent been able to id them. If anyone knows what they are please let me know
  9. Dhuntington

    Armillaria??

    Some people do with honey mushroom. Most dont but that how alot of mushrooms seem to be. Friend of mine cant eat half free morels but can eat yellows and blacks.
  10. Dhuntington

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    Frosts bolete
  11. Dhuntington

    Armillaria??

    Looks like ringless honey mushroom.
  12. Dhuntington

    ID help

    The ones that look like regular mushrooms are not. The deformed ones that look like odd puffballs might be
  13. Dhuntington

    Id help

    Thank you very much
  14. Dhuntington

    Id help

    Found these the other day and havent been able to id them any help would be appreciated
  15. Dhuntington

    Help me ID please

    If you are new to mushroom foraging i would suggest a couple good books in identification. Ones i suggest in Edible wild mushrooms of illinois and surrounding states by m. Mueller and joe mcfarland and mushrooms of the midwest michael kuo and andy methven.

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