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Here's a dump from my latest trek. What can you guys ID?
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Biggest ink cap I've ever found!
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Gem amanita I think
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A young one just popping out
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Mycena everywhere!
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those give me diarrhea
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How do I know when my oyster mushrooms are ready to pick?
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Yesterday's hunt
Watch the outer edges of the cap(the fringe) When it starts to flatten out, they're ready. Just look for the largest most mature mushroom of the cluster. You'll notice the fringe start to go from curled under, to flat and then to up and slightly inward to push the gills out to get their spores better air flow. Those are ready. If you let them go another couple days, they'll be dumping spores.
Fairy ring of unknown mushroom
Macrolepiota procera or Parasol mushroom. Edible but I don't like the flavour
What are they?
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Well I guess that's that for a dog shit mushroom season. I live right in the middle of the red area.
I haven't seen a single mycorhizzal species since July. It rained once a couple weeks ago but nothing substantial since. Temps are dropping to 30-40 now and won't recover until spring.
Farmer's Almanac says there's a cold, wet, and long winter coming up so maybe morel season will actually happen next year.
I wish I lived in the PNW
Ivory waxy cap

hideous gomphidius
Are those all milk caps?
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check out this bad boy i found in the hoh rainforest
Lactarius deliciosus yes. The whole basket was 2 hours worth of hunting.
Can those get infected with the lobster mushroom fungi?
I guess they could be infected but I've never seen a lobster mushroom and they don't seem to be around my area (northen Spain)
They could get infected*
They can. Lactarius and russula are the two that I know of that can become parasitized by Hypomyces lactifluorum.
Neat! Pretty colors. Is it soft? Looks like CoTW. the first 2-3in from the outer edge are the best. After that they get woody/corky.
I’ve never actually seen this before, brave little mushrooms
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Here in WI we were pretty much like that up until a very rainy October. Happy with the amount of oysters, blewits, CoTW, maitake, shaggy mane, puffballs, and others, but pretty lacking on the mycorhizzal front
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Not to gloat but this is an image board after all
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Hypsizygus ulmarius. Not the best taste but interesting growth patterns and remarkably hardy
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Oysters, and other mushrooms for that matter, persisted later into the season closer to Lake Michigan than inland, most likely due to its moderating effect on temperature
I like these Gymnopilus junonius
i never touched it but im not sure it's cotw based on the smooth edges
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Well the hard freezes are here and I didn't do too great this year.
Found a good patch of oysters, couple honey mushrooms, some porchini, and lots of turkey tail. But no lions mane, no chanterelles, and nothing magic besides fly agaric.
I might just try an outdoor grow come spring.
Get a few logs doing orchard arborist side jobs and inoculate them with lions mane. Maybe try a wood chip patch if i can find a secure source for azy spores.
What are we even supposed to do with this hobby in the winter months? Stick our fingers in our asses and wait for morels?
Look for winter mushrooms....

Honestly, if you're not familiar enough to know what grows when aside from morels and chanterelles, you should probably just pick those. Or take this time, pull your thumb out of your ass and educate yourself.
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how do people start a mushroom business in homes?
what equipment do you need, step-by-step guide, good resources etc.
I understand that u need a pressure canner to sterilize the substrate (woodchips/coffee grinds) then u need some mushroom culture to inject into
appreciate the help bros.
I am not sure there's going to be mushrooms growing under 6" of snow and 15 degree temps
mushrooms grow in antarctic

But you're correct that they're less likely to be growing under the snow. So start looking at trees, logs and spots on the ground where the snow has thawed. Again, unless you know what to look for, specific to your area, you're not going to find them. Learn what grows in your area and when. Mushrooms grow year round, it's just a matter of knowing where and what to look for. But you're clearly more interested in bitching than learning, unless it's bottle fed to you. So, good luck with...nah, you're not even going to go looking in the spring. Larper..
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I really just wanted to know what other people do in the winter, not find my own mushrooms dude
Usually in winter I go /lit/ and /diy/
You will need to learn sterile techniques to prevent contamination of your entire operation
You will need to learn agar work to keep your genetics going
You will need space and the ability to control temperature and humidity to fruit the species of mushrooms you want to grow
You will need to a plan to keep this high-humidity environment from damaging the rest of your house
You will need credentials that say you know what you're growing and buyers to sell to
You will need to keep your costs below your income
A bunch of muscarias next to my home. What to do with them? Should I dry and smoke them? Eat them? I've done psilocybe before but never amanitas
I smoke them. it's a mild dissociative. people boil them down to a broth but I don't trust it enough to eat, apparently the wild varieties vary greatly in their potency. I'm not trying to go viking berserker, I just can't smoke weed because of work.
What I've heard is they are less potent in cold climates, thus they were eaten by vikings and siberian people. Not my case, I live in Spain. I've read drying them converts the majority of muscarine (bad stuff) to muscimol which is the psychodelic molecule.
Smoking them sounds disgusting
It's ibotenic acid that converts to muscimol, not muscarine. Muscarine is toxic but present in such small quantities that it can be ignored.
Drying converts around 35% ibotenic acid, sun drying converts some percentage more. To convert 100% you have to go through a decarboxylation process although 100% is not really necessary
polypore in the rishi family
delete this post and never mention the HOh again.
>Fuckoff were full
>decarboxylation process
why is it so hard to say "you have to boil them"?
NTA.. Boiling, baking, smoking and to a small degree drying are all decarboxylation processes. So, to anyone familiar with decarboxylation, to say "you have to boil them" is like saying "if people without legs need wheel chairs, everyone that is disabled needs wheel chairs"

I can tell you went through the new Bush "no child left behind" common core shcool system. They teach everyone as if they're autistic. Only one answer. Can't have them thinking on their own.
>why be specific when you can be intentionally vague?
The water needs to be at a specific pH and it takes a certain length of time too
the hoh aint an unknown place anon, the place is crawling with tourists
>makes a retarded analogy while trying to sound smart
you're not smart
you're wrong--but you're clearly stupid as well so explaining chemistry is rather pointless
t. organic chemist
Ok sperg
>Says something stupid while trying to sound smart
>Gets called on it
>Cries about it
many such cases
ok, so you're a transplant seattlite cancer
got it--thanks for clarifying
>comes on 4chan and cry's because people use big words
>doesn't know what he's talking about
>only knows how to green text like a fag instead of proving anything he's saying
whatever you say sperg
awh...did someone get his fee fees hurt? too dumb to get a simple concept so you lash out at others? poor little retard.
Funny looking. Geastrum saccatum
God damn it anon, you had one job
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Lepista personata, one of the best mushrooms I've ever tasted
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Well /mush/?
Destroying Angels are very pretty and taste great! That's why they are so dangerous.
What anime bruh
tearmoon empire
Doesn't look like it's worth watching

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