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#151 Glaukus

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Posted 19 April 2015 - 04:29 PM

Pickled lactarius

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Posted 20 April 2015 - 02:47 PM

A few things from the weekend.

Boletus edulis (porcini) - finally found some that are very fresh and edible rather than the early season dead ones.

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MASSIVE fairy rings and strips of Agaricus xanthodermus.

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A xanthodermus from a different location. Has a very different shape, much taller.

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Some marasmius oreades (scotch bonnet)

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A Paneolus, possibly Panaeolina foenisecii, no bruising.

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Amanita Muscaria

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Some kind of bracket fungus, polypore. Looks to be coming out of a root that's along the ground near the trunk.

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Grey capped amanita - found with natives, no introduced trees anywhere near.

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Is this red/yellow spiky thing even a fungus?

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Some sort of webcap?

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suillus luteus

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phlebopus marginatus (pretty sure - definitely NOT porcini)

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Got a good feed of Lactarius deliciosus. (got more not pictured) Had some last night. :)

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Gymnopilus junonius (lots of these around)

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Gymnopilus purpuratus (I think... sort of bruises, goes black after a few minutes, see pic)

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And 2 different randoms that I have no idea of their name. (the underside pic is of one of the orange ones)

 

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At least it's finally getting started over here. It's been a much later start to the season than it was last year.


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Posted 20 April 2015 - 08:16 PM

the ring in the grass is an aweseom picture

 

the amanita could be a A. spissa (should study the base and volva more)


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Posted Yesterday, 02:16 AM

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had an awesome time hunting yesterday

 

Morchella conica = elata


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Posted Yesterday, 04:46 PM

Have been for three hunts since the floods hit last week. Lots of fungi action here in the hunter, including some absolutely massive boletus mushrooms that were unfortunately past their picking date. Have a good haul of porcini in the dehydrator.

Found these today, they look like fly Agaric but are much smaller than what I have seen in pine forests. These wre growing under eucalypt trees.

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They have the egg shaped volva, veil remnants on the red cap and white stem. Only thing is they are 20 - 30 mm tall. Any ideas?

Edit: actually some stems were off white to yellowish white.

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Posted Yesterday, 05:57 PM

^^Amanita xanthocephala
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Posted Yesterday, 05:59 PM

Dunno what this is but saw it from 100mtrs away!

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Posted Yesterday, 10:13 PM

Have a good haul of porcini in the dehydrator.

Hey Dan, have you got any pics of your porcini? I didn't think they'd been found anywhere in Australia except the Adelaide hills. It will be super exciting if you've found the same species over there too!



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Posted Yesterday, 10:44 PM

A.xanthocphala ? I supposed they are ozzies? are they in the muscaria pantherina gemmata etc group? I would guess so..

 

Dunno what this is but saw it from 100mtrs away!

 

 

seems like Lepiota / Macrolepiota / Chlorophyllum


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Posted Today, 12:35 AM

Hey zed, yeah they looked and tasted a lot like the boletus edulis I've seen in Europe. There was one patch of about 20, and also another patch of a blue staining bolete with yellow stem and red cap. Unfortunately the universe conspired to prevent photos - I picked them in a torrential rain storm, and then straight into the dehydrator at home. Went for a walk through the forest again today but didn't find any more.
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Posted Today, 10:14 AM

Do you think it may have been Suillus luteus or S. granulatus?? They share some characteristics and can be mistaken for b edulis...

 

Pics from here in SA taken in the last couple of days.

 

suillus luteus

 

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Posted Today, 10:39 AM

NICE porcini Zed  :drool2:   :drool2:   :drool2:

 

 

some stuff up around this way

 

chlorophyllum brunneum

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omaphalotus nidiformis

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trichloma sp

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amanita muscaria

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gymnopillus junoinius

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lactarius

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amanita xanthocephala

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first sub action for me this season......one of many home patchez

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Posted Today, 11:35 AM

Yeah zed now I see your photos, they could be slippery jacks. Will try and get some pics today.
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Posted Today, 03:26 PM

Any ideas as to what mushroom this is?  Found at the fringe of a eucalyptus forest.

 

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Posted Today, 08:54 PM

description and good photos are essential for attempting to ID Boleti / Xerocomus  and some Suilli are as hard.. But its easy to tell Suillus, Xerocomus and Boletus from oneother... This seems like a Boletus.

 

COULD be of the subappendiculatus / appendiculatus group, which I dont know if you got in oz


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