MST Photo Calendar Contest 2019

Due to the success of our Photo Calendar Contest last year, we’re going to give it another go this year!

We had some great entries last year, and hope to do even better this year. Get those cameras out early and get snapping! This year’s deadline will be August 30, 2019, so that we can have calendars available for sale at the Cain foray in September.

We ask that you submit your photographs as digital JPEG files (most common file types used by digital cameras), in as high a resolution as you can provide. Also, the preferable format for photos is “landscape”, or widescreen format, commonly used in most calendars. Entries can be emailed to calendar@myctor.org.

See full Contest Rules for details.

Robert Kokron's Photos and Galleries
Leighton Bankes of Ohio ID'd these as Gymnopus subsulphureus.  I think he is correct.  Collected May28, 2017 in the Copeland Forest, Simcoe County, Ontario.  In mixed woods on the forest floor.
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Leighton Bankes of Ohio ID'd these as Gymnopus subsulphureus. I think he is correct. Collected May28, 2017 in the Copeland Forest, Simcoe County, Ontario. In mixed woods on the forest floor.
Posted: May 30th, 2017

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Leighton Bankes of Ohio ID'd these as Gymnopus subsulphureus.  I think he is correct.  Collected May28, 2017 in the Copeland Forest, Simcoe County, Ontario.  In mixed woods on the forest floor.
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Leighton Bankes of Ohio ID'd these as Gymnopus subsulphureus. I think he is correct. Collected May28, 2017 in the Copeland Forest, Simcoe County, Ontario. In mixed woods on the forest floor.
Posted: May 30th, 2017

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Leighton Bankes of Ohio ID'd these as Gymnopus subsulphureus.  I think he is correct.  Collected May28, 2017 in the Copeland Forest, Simcoe County, Ontario.  In mixed woods on the forest floor.
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Leighton Bankes of Ohio ID'd these as Gymnopus subsulphureus. I think he is correct. Collected May28, 2017 in the Copeland Forest, Simcoe County, Ontario. In mixed woods on the forest floor.
Posted: May 30th, 2017

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Peziza phyllogena thanks to Garrett Taylor and Jan Thornhill for ID!  Copeland forest, Simcoe County Ontario CANADA.  May 28, 2017. In forest litter.  Mixed Great Lakes/St. Lawrence forest.
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Peziza phyllogena thanks to Garrett Taylor and Jan Thornhill for ID! Copeland forest, Simcoe County Ontario CANADA. May 28, 2017. In forest litter. Mixed Great Lakes/St. Lawrence forest.
Posted: May 30th, 2017

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Three different types of morels found May 13, 2017 in Midland, Ontario, Canada.  All under big-tooth poplar.  Grey morel, Black morel and half-free morel.
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Three different types of morels found May 13, 2017 in Midland, Ontario, Canada. All under big-tooth poplar. Grey morel, Black morel and half-free morel.
Posted: May 13th, 2017
 
Sheryl McKee: Nice find!!

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Here is a larger picture of the individual Black Morel =  Morchella angusticeps
Black Morel found 28-04-2017
Here is a larger picture of the individual Black Morel = Morchella angusticeps
Posted: Apr 29th, 2017

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Morchella angusticeps found Midland, Ontario - Northern Simcoe County - 28-04-2017
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Morchella angusticeps found Midland, Ontario - Northern Simcoe County - 28-04-2017
Posted: Apr 28th, 2017
 
Sheryl McKee: And this is why people have a hard time finding them :).

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Steven Zhong2017-04-29 19:03#1
look nice! can't find it in Toronto area.
Nora Shipley2017-05-29 10:07#2
Love your photos, Bob, and also the fact that you provide comments as to location, identification, etc.
Nora
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