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Here are some crappy camera phone pics of some fungi I found growing on a burnt tree stump in the rainforest yesterdaypost-12747-0-78107100-1408544174_thumb.jpost-12747-0-41843100-1408544192_thumb.j

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first fly agarics spotted... of the year here

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didnt check close enough to confirm these were parasol, no time... bit smaller than ones i find usually

but on a meadow edge so maybe?post-14443-0-30916200-1409774812_thumb.j

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Yeah, those are parasols, Macrolepiota konradii or something close.

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Hey everyone. First post, just wanted to say hey and share a few mushroom picks I have taken lately.

I found some what I believe to be P. Cubensis that I found while working one day.

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I also found these while working. I thought they might be P. Semilanceata, but its just a guess. I have never come across them before.

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I came across some Slippery Jacks on our drive from Nimbin to Mullumbimby and another I can't identify.

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And another while working. No idea with this one. I like how the little one is seeking shelter though.

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I hope you enjoyed the photo's. There will be plenty more this summer for sure.

iatd

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wow theyre so pretty!

walked by these today by chance and couldnt help whipping my camera out

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Ive not been able to upload pics as I've had really bad internet reception.

Now thats all changed, thought i'd post some pics of this seasons finds. mushroomgrow.gif

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gymnopilus junonius

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amanita muscaria

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panalous acuminatus

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Xerula

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cortinarius

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ramaria

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boletus

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macrolepiota

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Gymnopilus pupuratus

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Galerina

P. subaeruginosa psychsplit.gif

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It was a good year for subs biggrin.gif

i will improve the way i set pics out, seems the more i try n move them around the worse it looks.......

The 3rd pic in the attached thumbnails below that i can't get rid of are not P. subaeruginosa, their cortinarius

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I found these in my yard todaypost-12747-0-45861400-1410835502_thumb.j

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i think this is the first year this mushroom I first befriended a few years ago has survived being attacked by dumbasses.. yayy

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.....last year; even covering it with leaves didnt save it's first pioneering fruit :/

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Wow pimento. Lots of nice pics there. Your pup must enjoy your long walks, I know mine does.

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oh yeah i went out for more fresh air and saw these too

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and some wavys

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Psilocybe Allenii-11-20-14

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post-14443-0-86697300-1417230713_thumb.j - usually these come out when its icy/snowy , nice to see them early and in a new place this year

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I hope I can go for a mushroom ride with some friends tomorrow. Haven't been to the woods some time now..

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I saw these brown mushrooms at the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve in the ACT last Saturday. There were packs of kangaroos everywhere and the view was spectacular. Great place to visit if you enjoy hiking and being near wild animals.

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Anyone know what these are?

UPDATE: Sorry for the missing pics. I will update them when I find a better picture service for uploading them.

shape suggests pleurotis genus to me

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Pleurotus?? As in oyster mushrooms??

I'd guess those are either Tubaria or Laccaria.

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not pleurotus i would say

went today but forgot the camera at my friends car so no pics today

took some great shots, love the woods, felt alive again.

lots of edibles gathered plus first P.serbica flush of the year

it was awkward, because I know these woods mushroom-wise best than anyone I know, but I still could not lean and go down and pick all the time, and these are not the most straight forward woods, and ofcourse we avoidedmost steep spots, so I was walking and spotting mushrooms and telling the rest of the guys "there are a couple down here" and "check out this one too, its either a cantharellus or a hydum" and so on, and they picked them.

But now and then I would lie down and pick some myself, including the Psilos I cut with a scissors :)

what a thrill it is picking mushrooms, still is 9-10 years from when I started .

photos to come

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no , I do apologise, I meant pluteus and i think its on roots/wood that is not in view,

bit out of practice I guess now , sorry..

i used to often describe pluteus as "wearing a beret". - it was the split in it that really made me blurt pleurotis

without thinking ... pl came to mind and damn mother nature's auto correct i guess lol- pleurotis being the more walked thought path n all-

i shouldve known better lol, thank you tangich, can see you're on the mark

and mutant :)

... on a side note sadly this has also happened when tryna access my memory for aquatic taxon , mainly tetras

and a few catfish too for now... perhaps signs of age lol

- and also with many trees

mmm more filed winds :3

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hey mutant why not take a bit of plastic with ya if u have to lay dwn to umm what's the word?....

< mushroom foray?>

but yeah even a black bin liner would save ya gettn the bits off the forest floor stuck to your clothing

cuz if i recall it right, just havn to brush them off can set my back wrong sometimes for the rest of the trip

and kinda undo some healing ...

as if havn to get back up wasn bad enough anyway on the back...

oh yeah plus its easily rollable/scew-it-up-able for a pocket

-however it is lovely to be in direct contact with the earth :) - but then again I've seen the size of some of the ants over there and eeeek! they look mean!

also, lol. ya never know , you might find enough delicious gourmet to fill it at some point :P

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These mushrooms are popping up here in NSW at the moment.

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Pretty sure they are a panaeolus of some variety, possibly Panaeolus papilionaceus? It isn't obvious in the photo but there are veil remnants on the cap margin. They seem to like similar habitat as cubensis and meanies (i.e. cow dung in hot and humid grass lands), but fruit more readily and are more resilient to wind - they can be found in quite exposed areas such as hill tops with short grass. Back in QLD I often noted that in the paddocks this species grew, the actives did not.

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also found one cluster of actives (panaeolus cyanescens?) amongst the hundreds of the above mushrooms.

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These mushrooms are popping up here in NSW at the moment.

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Pretty sure they are a panaeolus of some variety, possibly Panaeolus papilionaceus? It isn't obvious in the photo but there are veil remnants on the cap margin. They seem to like similar habitat as cubensis and meanies (i.e. cow dung in hot and humid grass lands), but fruit more readily and are more resilient to wind - they can be found in quite exposed areas such as hill tops with short grass. Back in QLD I often noted that in the paddocks this species grew, the actives did not.

defo looks like butterfly pans i find here, that melted look does it fr me

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Panaeolus papilionaceus and vars (there are lots synonyms) is quite big mushroom, relatively

I owe some photos

Psilocybe serbica

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Craterellus cornucopiodes

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Craterellus, Hydnum rufescens and Lactarius salmonicolor

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Lactarius salmonicolor + Cantharellus cibarius

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Whole lot of last time (note we dont normally pick Lactarius)

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went again today, a couple fellow mushroom friends I hadn't seen for years came too from another town, and it was a pretty coolday, with lots of mushrooms , again..

in absence of some real cold, the Psilocybe patch hadn't thrown a second flush, which I expected it would since last time.

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