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a shroomerican told me it might be my very first amadou !

Formes fomentarius... i hope it is one = 3

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From Somewhere in the Amazon

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The last one I think is a Reishi.. like Ganoderma Lucidum

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Hey thunderhorsepie regarding the possible-amadou in the previous post, yeah my first guess would be Ganoderma too - I didn't even know we got Fomes fomentarius in Australia. They sound pretty cool though. Then again, so are reishi. Actually, I think all bracket fungi are pretty groovy. Or, come to think of it, just fungi in general are pretty awesome. Nice find, whatever it is!

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im not in oz Anodyne but hoping you gettem in oz

just wondering if its worth taking a tissue sample to grow out on agar if its a possibility

and thankyou v kindly , I love the brackets deeply too.. they rawk dn they

mmmm and still drooling over Realm's pics too

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Ah right TH, my apologies, was looking on my phone, which doesn't display user location info.

I love this thread, even in dry seasons or when I can't get out to hunt myself, I still get to vicariously enjoy other peoples cool finds.

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lol dnt worry about it hehe

my location says this anyway since its not many folks bizz x] :

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yeah i love this thread for that too , its nice in a way to be able to post so many wild finds since I'm out in the wild for now not by choice

most often recently though..

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willowpost-14443-0-16829300-1428528818_thumb.jof some kind...

found some more cool wyrds and a tiny ergot on something looking like pampas but probably being a phalaris?post-14443-0-70505400-1428529002_thumb.j

dnno if you can see the essox lucius (pike) with some white shit hanging off it's mouth in thispost-14443-0-05967600-1428529092_thumb.jpic , it took many photographs to get this one because of water surface glare.. wish i had a polarised lens .. i guess its wild and i found it so is that valid?

it tried to have a big Squalius cephalus (chub) that swam by and distracted me from any further mycology .. for quite a while :)

... chaga?post-14443-0-03479600-1428529366_thumb.j-looks diff to the other Betula pendulapost-14443-0-24227600-1428529430_thumb.j

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its that time again down here

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amanita muscaria

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hypholoma fasiculare ?

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Gymnopilus

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Great work Pimento. :worship:

Can't believe you've found A muscaria already. I've been on a few hunts already this year including a huge, all day hunt yesterday and it's very dry around. No lactarius, no suillus, no amanita, no tricholoma, no macrolepoita in any of my spots. Basically, bugger all is out yet. :BANGHEAD2:

Some massive fucking gymnopilus junonius a Tapinella panuoides and some mycena was about it.
Oh, and a cool bird with a red belly. And a geocache. That was it.

Yesterday's pics below.

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Oh yeah, and a couple of pics from a hunt about 2 weeks ago. 28/03/2015

Dead porcini, heaps of dead ones, none suitable to collect. I could hardly believe they had popped that early. Has been no more since this flush though...

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Nice patch of Gyms and a coprinus comatus

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finding them coprinus is cool Zed, they are a majestic fungi.

may your porcini hunts be fruitful :wave-finger:

i will find a damn porcini patch this season, i will , i will...........

the bird is a scarlet robin - http://birdlife.org.au/bird-profile/scarlet-robin

sexy things they are, i followed one around last season for an hour trying to get a real good pic, it would pose real well n id get all ready and then it would fly off again a short distance and id try again.

I'm going out again today as I'm thinking i may know a spot where i may find some more early inactives

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another walk today around the same spot as yesterday, went a bit deeper in and followed a creek till it opened up into a little dam.

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Tapinella panuoides, cheers Zed for the id.

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some nice patches of amanita deep in the pines

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first lactaria I've found this season, couple weeks and they'll be everywhere, took these home and ate them with dinner

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can't get enough of big fluffy gyms no matter what time of the season, they always amaze me

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koala in a pine

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wow *turbo drool!*

just a few ink scratchings from my parts ;)

and found a wild tin foil hat too : 3 - anybody know if the silver thing is a fungus of some kind?

looks pretty wild to me tho

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spotted this in a park near a friends place.

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This is in a herb planter box at home...

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pimento what you thought was Hypholoma fasciculare looks a lot like it, it should be some Hypholoma species in the least.

Nice finds, haven't found no morels yet, but haven't been searching

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not really a 'found in the wild find', but pretty damn wild to be found in my kitchen,

(sorry for the piss poor cell phone pics)

A plate full of Lions Mane, fresh from kt's growing chamber........

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YUMMY !!!

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If this is some Hericium sp.

I have eaten once dried and they were bitter.. but they're suppoed to be eaten very fresh and young

if you want mushrooms that taste like seafood, you have to try Amanitas rubescens or / and Coprinus comatus too.

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sulphur tufts ^^ them sexy ones are

Hypholoma fasciculare i thnk

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double post sorry

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Saffron milk caps are bountiful if you can find a place the gypsies haven't clear felled.

If I was hunting amanitas today, I could have filled semi trailers. They were so thick you could hardly take a step without treading on one.

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There were literally thousands of these...

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