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Everything posted by Dhuntington

  1. 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
  2. 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.
  3. It took 2 years but finnaly found all 3 of the Hericium species in my area. East central illinois and west central indiana border.
  4. Does anyone know if these 2 forays are still going on? Time? Meeting place?
  5. Looks like black staining polypore
  6. To the best of my knowledge angle wings only grow on evergreen wood.
  7. Compare to Pleurotus pulmonarius, summer oyster mushroom.
  8. Bolete mushroom possibly in the tylopilus genus
  9. Not sure but it looks like Tremella foliacea
  10. Welcome to the group. Not familliar with that area but i am sure there is someone here that is and could help
  11. Also a good book i would suggest is edible wild mushrooms of illinois and surrounding states. Depending on your location in indiana you might be able to find a member on here to go with and learn some different mushrooms.
  12. There are several types of puffballs. And yes they are edible. The picture is of a jem studded puffball. Cant find my other puffball pics right now. But you can look up the identifications of the puffball group.
  13. Not shitaki that much i know, not sure what they are.
  14. Possibly Peziza phyllogena. Brown cup fungus
  15. Hope you get some soon. Also hope we get more, need it bad
  16. Sorry alread been ate. There are more out there plan on going out again next friday
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