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Need an ID for this species - any ideas?  See also photo 0238.
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Need an ID for this species - any ideas? See also photo 0238.
Posted: Sep 30th, 2019

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Need an ID for this species - any ideas?  Also photo 0239 showing gills.
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Need an ID for this species - any ideas? Also photo 0239 showing gills.
Posted: Sep 30th, 2019

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Cap of entoloma specimen placed beside an aborted one.  Found in immediate vicinity of honeys of other photos.   Some scientific debate whether entolomas parasitize honeys (rather than the reverse).
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Cap of entoloma specimen placed beside an aborted one. Found in immediate vicinity of honeys of other photos. Some scientific debate whether entolomas parasitize honeys (rather than the reverse).
Posted: Sep 30th, 2019

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cap of the honeys
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cap of the honeys
Posted: Sep 30th, 2019

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honey mushrooms (?), collar, tufted cap, white spore print.  Growing in profusion - hundreds of specimens over an acre of bush.
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honey mushrooms (?), collar, tufted cap, white spore print. Growing in profusion - hundreds of specimens over an acre of bush.
Posted: Sep 30th, 2019

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(typical?) honey mushrooms.  Thick as thieves in this area of bush.
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(typical?) honey mushrooms. Thick as thieves in this area of bush.
Posted: Sep 30th, 2019

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meadow print
Posted: Sep 22nd, 2019

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honey print
Posted: Sep 22nd, 2019

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Another hericium.  Note the two distinct types (this and next photo - bears head tooth and comb tooth?)  Both sub-species growing on the same logs.
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Another hericium. Note the two distinct types (this and next photo - bears head tooth and comb tooth?) Both sub-species growing on the same logs.
Posted: Sep 21st, 2019

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pholiota spcs. ?
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pholiota spcs. ?
Posted: Sep 21st, 2019

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Hericium.
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Hericium.
Posted: Sep 21st, 2019

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Huge flush of hericium, this photo just a part.  On Beech.
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Huge flush of hericium, this photo just a part. On Beech.
Posted: Sep 21st, 2019

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More Trumpets, note the salmon colour occurs on slightly dryer specimens and the blackest ones turn salmon upon drying out.
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More Trumpets, note the salmon colour occurs on slightly dryer specimens and the blackest ones turn salmon upon drying out.
Posted: Sep 21st, 2019

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Black Trumpets
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Black Trumpets
Posted: Sep 21st, 2019

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reishi2
Posted: Feb 16th, 2019

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Robust reishi found mid-town Toronto.
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Robust reishi found mid-town Toronto.
Posted: Feb 16th, 2019
 
Steven Zhong: Nice, Which kind of species ?

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Delicious, close cousin of domestic portabello, but more robust flavour.  These quickly yellow around perimeter of cut stem but do not  yellow across the flesh of the stem (yellow stainer/sickener).
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Delicious, close cousin of domestic portabello, but more robust flavour. These quickly yellow around perimeter of cut stem but do not yellow across the flesh of the stem (yellow stainer/sickener).
Posted: Feb 16th, 2019
 
Steven Zhong: your recipe of this mushroom please ? and name?

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horse5
Posted: Feb 16th, 2019

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horse4
Posted: Feb 16th, 2019

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horse3
Posted: Feb 16th, 2019

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Aaron Turnbull2019-09-21 19:37#1
(Belated) reply to Steven Zhong: no particular recipe for the horse mushrooms (Agaricus arvensis). Treat like more flavourful Portobellos. They don't absorb much water. The reishi is Ganoderma, I think, as it was growing on maple, not hemlock or conifer (Tsugae).
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