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Hey all, I am 95% sure I am taking spore prints of wild cubensis found growing out of a cow pat outside of Newcastle but a couple of things are stumping me. The stipe (not pictured) has a purple/black annulus present although with no blue bruising and the dried caps are papery, thin and spongey. Is this consistent with your experiences of wild cubensis? Cheers guys! I love the spore prints from these
Hey all! Been a while since i'be been active I'm after some Acacia floribunda seeds taken from wild plants (on properties etc) I seem to have misplaced all mine Happy to $$ or trade if there's anything you're after! Thanks!
I can't find any records of anyone seeing this here before- and I didn't take pics, cos I thought it was probably a common find But I found what looks like a Boletus edulis yesterday, in open paddock, NNSW, near the dripline of some eucalypts and just down from a pile of timber which burned last year How likely is this? Does anyone know of anything else which could look similar? I know they happen down south in Vic, but I thought I was too far north Cap was 100mm, brown, dry and velvety, the underside was pale cream, pores instead of gills, and nothing changed colour after the tissue was damaged- no colour change at all. Stem was solid, almost same diameter along. It didn't change colour when cut either Stupidly I took it home, cut it up and whacked some in agar, not realising that it needs a tree to associate with to grow Shoulda taken a picture instead ). I still have the cap drying, maybe I should try to photograph some spore? No point in trying to culture the mycelium if it won't fruit that way- unless someone knows of something new? It's been a drier, colder year than normal for this time of year, we've also had the best year for fieldies I've seen in 10 years
Hello everyone, These have sprung up along the branches of a mulberry tree in my backyard. I think they might be Auricularia this photo shows powdery white spores that have come off when touched, the whole thing is like a velvety texture.