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Pollock Pines Trip / Winding Roads

Hello All, Thank you for all the morel advice and recipes! I wrote each down to use in the future, the morels so seem perfect for stuffing. I also tried
carolandredesz
11:45 PM
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Re: ID help on a hedgehog please

It looks like a Sarcodon sp. Not sure which one. S. fuligineoviolaceum is a Sierra sp., but it should be darker. It does look like there is a bit of purplish
debbie viess
5:25 PM
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Re: [ffsc] is this indeed a morel?

Lost in translation on the Internet. Indeed, a very nice morel.  Deb On Friday, May 22, 2015 10:27 AM, "russakov@... [BayAreaMushrooms]"
debbie viess
5:11 PM
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ID help on a hedgehog please

Found this up near Truckee, Ca. Today. About 5600 feet in growing in a fir tree stand. Can anyone help with an ID on it? I took a small portion and
tembabarber
3:11 PM
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Re: [ffsc] is this indeed a morel?

I certainly never thought it wasn't a morel, but never had luck to find a morel of such size, so could not believe my eyes. And - yes, found more than one
russakov@pacbell.net
10:27 AM
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Re: [ffsc] is this indeed a morel?

What made you think that it wasn't a morel, Alex? Morels come in all shapes and sizes and colors, within a rather limited palate. AS to exact species of
debbie viess
8:01 AM
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Re: [ffsc] is this indeed a morel?

*Morchella tridentina* http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11557-015-1030-6
Alan Rockefeller
May 21
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is this indeed a morel?

Found this guy at about 6500ft yesterday Alex
Alexander Russakovsky
May 21
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Re: Possible Mountain Red Fox Sighting on Shasta

Wildlife reports always welcome. Maybe the fox was part Lemurian? Saw a Western Grey Squirrel eating the last of a spring king's cap. Add them to the list of
ahaynes0262
May 20
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Possible Mountain Red Fox Sighting on Shasta

Yeah, I know, it's a mushroom list, but this is big news, and we have lots of folks heading to that area this coming weekend. While driving along Medicine Lake
debbie viess
May 19
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Re: Shasta Rocks for Fungi, Flowers and Wildlife

That's all that I eat of what we found, and frankly, I mostly ignore the Spring Kings, too! Better dried than fresh. There are many mushroom species that are
debbie viess
May 19
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Re: Shasta Rocks for Fungi, Flowers and Wildlife [7 Attachments]

Wow, awesome report! What are the edibles, other than morels & porcini? -thanks On May 19, 2015 8:54 AM, "debbie viess amanitarita@... ... Wow,
    Ye Ha
    May 19
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    Free Mushroom Talk Tomorrow Night at the Dimond Branch, OPL

    I am giving a free and open to the public talk to the "Friends of Sausal Creek" at their monthly meeting at the Dimond Branch of the Oakland Public Library,
    debbieviess
    May 19
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    20084

    Re: Homecooked or Pricey Chez Panisse?

    Sounds delicious! The morels were in the sauce? Anna S. On May 18, 2015 3:23 PM, "Hugh and Sandi Smith hssmith@...
    Ye Ha
    May 18
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