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Re: Lobsters?

Don't give up on your spot Jan.  I find shrooms cut in my "spots" all the time.  They just happened to be there at the right time.  More will grow, and
Leo Wentzel
8:40 AM
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5922

Re: Lobsters?

So far a bad year for lobsters....I've only got 2 from my own woods, one almost a month ago and the second a few days ago. Jackie On Thu, Aug 17, 2017 at 11:38
jackie schieb
7:29 AM
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5921

Re: Lobsters?

We had found one old one in our spot that had been cut and forgotten probably because it was too old. Of course this concerns me because now someone has found
Janelle Guichard
5:22 AM
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5920

Re: Lobsters?

Ah, Tenn.  That makes more sense.  Thought I was losing my touch.  Thanks for sharing.  Makes me feel better. I've found 3-4 here this year, one of which
Leo Wentzel
4:53 AM
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5919

Re: Lobsters?

Leo I found them within Big Ridge State Park along a trail side. My mega patch is a 100 year old mix white pine planted, Virginia pine natural, and sweet gum
Whitey
3:19 AM
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5918

Re: [AshevilleMushroomClub] Lobsters?

I found these in Black Mountain. They were unbelievably good in a pasta. Sent from my HTC ... From: "johny alives alivesjohny@...
nailgate@...
Aug 17
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Jason Overby
Aug 17
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5916

Re: Fw: Help with identifying

If it stains black when handled, look at Meripilus sumsteinii, . If not so look at Bondarzewia berkelyi
stephenpeek@frontier.com
Aug 17
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5915

Re: Any tips or do I need to do a spore print.

Looks like one of the gilled boletes: Phyloporus rhodoxanthus
stephenpeek@frontier.com
Aug 17
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5914

Re: Lobsters?

No lobsters in any of my usual places near Sylva either... On Aug 17, 2017 11:38 AM, "matt dinsmore mdinsy@...
johny alives
Aug 17
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5913

Re: Lobsters?

Sorry, looks like I should have addressed that last email to Matt, not Whitey.  Still, same story. On 8/17/2017 2:14 PM, matt dinsmore mdinsy@...
Leo Wentzel
Aug 17
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5912

Re: Lobsters?

How far west in WNC Whitey?  Since you're in Tenn., maybe things area different closer to the state line.  I do hunt both pines and hemlock areas, but I find
Leo Wentzel
Aug 17
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5911

Re: Lobsters?

Whitey, I read your blog(s). I somehow forgot you'd mentioned it. In fact, I went out the day after you published. Nothin'! Leo, To my experience, they're not
matt dinsmore
Aug 17
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Re: Fw: Help with identifying [2 Attachments]

Looks like a black-staining polypore, but of course can't be positive from a pic.  I think some guides call it meripilus sumstinei or meripilus
Leo Wentzel
Aug 17
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Re: Lobsters?

Hi Matt, I've only found a few myself.  Poor hemlocks are fading from wooly adelgid infestation.  I know that's not helping.  But, you would think their
Leo Wentzel
Aug 17
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