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Re: Omphalotus olivascens needed

Greetings, There's a good bit of down wood in this location - some windfall but much, unfortunately, is dead tan oak taken by Sudden Oak Death (which has
Kipp McMichael
3:49 PM
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21231

Re: Omphalotus olivascens needed

Sorry Katya, I am not a dyer myself. Maybe Dorothy Beebee could answer you? That's cool Kip. What is it eating, and how long do you think that the food source
debbie viess
3:11 PM
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Re: Happy V Day

Nice article, but even Kabir got that truffles and girlie pig attraction wrong. Indeed, alpha-5-androstenol, one of almost 200 aromatics found in Perigord
debbie viess
3:08 PM
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21229

Re: Omphalotus olivascens needed

What color does the stain make, Debbie? Do you have a pic of a dyed sample? IÆd love to see that. Katya Madrid DonÆt worry, do. ... What color does the
Katya Madrid
1:14 PM
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Re: Omphalotus olivascens needed

Debbie et al, I don't have any on-hand, but there is a huge colony of Omphalotus on Mt. Tam which has had fruit every time I've been there during the rainy
Kipp McMichael
1:03 PM
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21227

Happy V Day

Timely article. Cicely Rosemary Mena-Werth, Stanford University Stanford biologist Kabir Peay says romantic evenings and traditional Valentine's Day gifts
cicelyb250
12:56 PM
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Omphalotus olivascens needed

Hi folks,  If you come across this mushroom, please collect and dry or just drop off at our house fresh. I have a dyer friend from back east who desperately
debbie viess
12:50 PM
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Mushrooms at the Montclair Peets

Hi Gang,  You just can't escape the lure of fungi! Yesterday I stopped into the Monclair Peets for a quick cuppa before I headed up to Huckleberry Preserve.
debbie viess
Feb 10
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21224

Re: Return of the Yellow Craterellus [4 Attachments]

An interesting observation, Jim! I'll just bet that I know your spot at SP, because we have found them there, too! Although surely there are more pockets of
debbie viess
Feb 10
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Re: Return of the Yellow Craterellus [4 Attachments]

Hi Jim, Thanks for posting the photos. Absolutely beautiful!!!! Kevin W Edwards
kevin w edwards
Feb 9
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Return of the Yellow Craterellus

Drove up to Salt Point today to check the spot where I have finding yellow Craterellus for the past several years in exactly the same place and sure enough
cepecity@att.net
Feb 9
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21221

MicroBioBlitz, Saturday the 13th, Oakland, CA

The San Francisco Microscopical Society, California Center for Natural History, and PLACE for Sustainable Living present MicroBioBlitz, an event where we will
Peter Werner
Feb 8
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Re: Boletus or Sullus? [4 Attachments]

Hard to tell what species you have here since the photos are so dark and in unnatural light.Certainly a Suillus over a Bolete: note the glandular dots on the
debbie viess
Feb 7
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Boletus or Sullus?

Found Near skyline (Oaks i think) i think/favor aureoboletus flaviporus but can't shake the suillus in the filters. Sent from my iPhone
Mike Lewis
Feb 6
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KQED Weighing in on Amanita phalloides in California

Hi Gang,  Lots of good and getting better information out there on some of these dangerous amanita species. I have been recently consulting with a reporter at
debbie viess
Feb 6
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