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Dhuntington last won the day on August 24 2020

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  1. Dhuntington


    I have been finding a few chanterells and black trumpets for about a week in east central illinois. Not many but some is better than none
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    Salamoni River State Forest

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    Uknown Mushroom

    Pictures didnt down load.
  4. Dhuntington

    Some questions :)

    Hens come out in the fall. You will have better luck looking for them around oaks. Seems like the older the tree the better you chances. I find most of them around black and red oak. Chicken can be found from late spring till everything freezes. I have found them on many different dead or dyeing hard woods. Like Bruce said, we need rain its just been to dry.
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    hello all

    Artist conch
  6. Dhuntington

    Honey Mushroom

    Compare to Ringless honey fungus.
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    It took 2 years but finnaly found all 3 of the Hericium species in my area. East central illinois and west central indiana border.
  8. Does anyone know if these 2 forays are still going on? Time? Meeting place?
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    What is it

    Looks like black staining polypore
  10. Dhuntington

    What is it

    Looks like it.
  11. Yes it is. Laetiporus sulphureus
  12. Dhuntington

    Pleurotus confirmation

    To the best of my knowledge angle wings only grow on evergreen wood.
  13. Dhuntington

    Pleurotus confirmation

    Compare to Pleurotus pulmonarius, summer oyster mushroom.
  14. Dhuntington

    What are these?

    Bolete mushroom possibly in the tylopilus genus

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