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Re: Lyophyllum decaste edibility? Yes, Southern Sierras at about 4,200 ft.  Temps will be going down this week, but we had a higher than normal heat spike the last couple weeks and a rain
Brent Tindall
8:49 PM
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Re: Trametes betulina [1 Attachment] kinda creepy, actually. thank goodness fungi aren't mobile like slime molds!  or maybe they are, except out of our sight, and very very slowly. I am stumped.
debbie viess
8:22 PM
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Re: Trametes betulina Looks like some bugs burrowing through it. Nice photo. Thank you. Phalluscybe Hugh Smith
Hugh and Sandi Smith
5:22 PM
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Trametes betulina Hi all, can anyone tell me if the little projections on this Trametes betulina are part of the fungi or another fungi parasitizing it. I think it adds a
leslieflint
4:35 PM
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Re: ID please Thanks much. Sent from my iPad
Leslie Flint
Apr 15
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Re: ID please [2 Attachments] Yup. Debbie ________________________________ From: "lflint@..." To: BayAreaMushrooms@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, April 15,
debbie viess
Apr 15
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Meeting tonight 338 Koshland with Sara Branco Hi everyone, Hope to see you at tonight's meeting with Sara Branco, who presents "Understanding fungal diversity from a population perspective". We have lots
David Rust
Apr 15
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ID please Hi, I was hiking yesterday at Audubon Canyon Ranch and found this in the middle of the trail not growing on wood. It has white spores. Is it an Armillaria?
leslieflint
Apr 15
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Re: Lyophyllum decaste edibility? Yay, you! Without giving anything away, are we talking southern Sierra and perhaps a hint about elevation where the morels are popping? You don't need to poach
debbie viess
Apr 15
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Re: Lyophyllum decaste edibility? I was up in elevations and they (morels) are beginning to pop.  Came back with a couple of pounds. Another weird dry year, but there still is more potential.
Brent Tindall
Apr 14
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Re: Id Request [6 Attachments] Thanks David! Boy were we way off (super noobs). Wish we could make the meeting but we unfortuantely we're located pretty far from Berkeley. :( Thanks again,
carissa_chun
Apr 14
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Re: Id Request [6 Attachments] Hi Carissa, The one with pores looks like a Suillus pungens (note the dots on the stem) and the other one looks like one of the toxic Agaricus species (note
David Rust
Apr 14
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Id Request Found these two mushrooms while roaming around in SF. Can any one help with an ID? Think one is a boletus and the other some type of amanita. Thanks much!
carissa_chun
Apr 14
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Re: Lyophyllum decaste edibility? Debbie – I have a favourite neighbourhood patch of L decastes too ( … well, not so much favoured as reliably there in season.) Yeah, for all the mention
David Britton
Apr 14
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Re: Gymnopilus luteofolius? help identifying I made tea. It was bitter but did not cause any digestive issues. This species does stain green, but not every mushroom all the time. Often the green
Alan Rockefeller
Apr 14
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Re: Gymnopilus luteofolius? help identifying Once again, consider your source for information. Even Erowid put a disclaimer on that reported "study." I wonder if a lab standard for psilocibin was used,
debbieviess
Apr 14
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Salt Point Awash in Fungi, Flowers, Whales and Sea Life … but not all in the same places! ;) Our BAMS foray yesterday took place under foggy gray skies in the morning, and beautiful sunshine during the
debbie viess
Apr 14
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Re: Lyophyllum decaste edibility? The clustered, greasy-capped local Lyophyllum decastes IS edible, if not incredible. I tried it once at a Breitenbush foray … meh. In this case, at least to
debbie viess
Apr 14
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Lyophyllum decaste edibility? I found a cluster of Lyophyllum decastes growing in the ground up in the Sierras. Supposdely, this is the Sierra version of this mushroom. Is it edible,
btindall365
Apr 14
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Re: Gymnopilus luteofolius? help identifying How were you able to eat them? Didnt they upset your digestive tract? I tasted a little bit of one and it was quite bitter. These were not blue or green
greatgambino
Apr 13
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Re: another help with ID: a smithiana? [2 Attachments] Looks like Amanita magniverrucata to me.  A. smithiana would have a different (not warty) structure to the stem and would be much longer (not bulbous). David
David Rust
Apr 12
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another help with ID: a smithiana? It has a bit of a musty/meaty smell, if I must say so. Best, Bert
sendai7
Apr 12
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Re: Gymnopilus luteofolius? help identifying ... http://www.erowid.org/plants/mushrooms/mushrooms_article9.shtml Arnie They do, that article is about Ken Litchfield's test, and it's a false negative
Alan Rockefeller
Apr 12
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Re: Gymnopilus luteofolius? help identifying I dont think they have any psilocybe. See http://www.erowid.org/plants/mushrooms/mushrooms_article9.shtml Arnie ... From: debbie viess
greatgambino
Apr 12
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Re: The Last Season | SFFS Just read the preview. Sounds like a lovely film about two good friends from very different backgrounds who shared the bond of the horrors of the wars in SE
debbie viess
Apr 12
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Bertrand Vick
Apr 12
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Re: identification help please [2 Attachments] Russula brevipes ? what does it smell like? did you taste a nibble? styrofoam... yup.
George Riner
Apr 12
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Re: Gymnopilus luteofolius? help identifying [2 Attachments] Would have been nice to see some gill pics of those yellow gills, as well as your real name here, Award. Luteofolius is certainly one of our prettier reddish
debbie viess
Apr 12
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Re: The Last Season | SFFS Cool … write us up a review for the BAMS list, wouldja? Debbie ________________________________ From: lorrie gallagher To: BAMS
debbie viess
Apr 12
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Re: identification help please [2 Attachments] Looks to be one of the mushrooms in the Russula brevipes group. Both russula and lactarius species have crisp rather than fibrous flesh … which breaks
debbie viess
Apr 12
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