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Proliferating parasols have a new neighbor Near a freeway off-ramp at 9th and Bryant in SF are lots of Chlorophyllum brunneum. I took some pictures 2/26 and some today, of more coming up. Then I

Debbie Klein
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Death Cap Poisonings in the News http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/general-news/20150224/treatment-for-mushroom-poisoning-developed-in-santa-cruz-saves-lives David

David Rust
Feb 25
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Re: Glowing Mushrooms of the Amazon Mushrooms, like other plants, clearly have intelligence. Their decisions can take longer to see, just like some people discount that plants choose to move

bevslakey
Feb 23
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Re: Glowing Mushrooms of the Amazon Who doesn't think that bioluminescence is way cool? On the other hand, doesn't any sort of light in a dark environment attract insects? How does a fake

debbie viess
Feb 23
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Glowing Mushrooms of the Amazon An interesting link from our local Yahoo group. Dave Grubb ... http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2015/03/luminous-life/glowing-mushrooms-video

coasterdave2
Feb 23
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BAMS Meeting Recap We live in interesting times. Last night was the first night of the Chinese New Year (Year of the Goat or Sheep, depending; something with a cloven foot, at

debbie viess
Feb 20
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Re: Early Morels Up to approximately 2300'. And I would say the usual reddening landscape variety. However, in all honesty to me they always appear as a 'greenish' color when

nvthis769
Feb 20
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Re: Early Morels How high, NVthis? Landscape morels don't play by the seasonal rules, altho this year, it seems that no mushrooms are. So, it figures. I assume that you are

debbie viess
Feb 20
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Re: Early Morels Not sure where you were gathering but my sister and I had great fun last Friday helping a hiking friend harvest a lovely huge bowl of landscape Morels at 1800

Robin
Feb 19
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Early Morels Picked up around 8 lbs of Morels since yesterday. Now, before we get too excited, these are of the landscape variety. I considered perhaps not mentioning it

nvthis769
Feb 19
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BAMS Meeting Tonight: Desjardin Dishes "California Mushrooms!" Hi Gang, There are still fungi afoot. Come on down to UCB tonight and bring your friends, as well as any mushrooms that you might have found. David and I will

debbieviess
Feb 19
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Still More Amanita phalloides needed From PhD candidate Cat Adams at UC Berkeley: Just on the off-chance that anyone is still seeing Death Caps around, I figured I'd put out one last plea for

David Rust
Feb 18
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Re: Help with ID -- Agaricus Augustus? Thanks, Debbie! I found these while hiking off of Skyline on the peninsula. Also found tons of chanterelles which were a big soggy, but still tasty. Other than

sundenbock66
Feb 17
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Re: Help with ID -- Agaricus Augustus? [3 Attachments] I think you got it. It is certainly one of the edible, almondy Agaricus species. Since it lacks a bulbous base and doesn't have dark fibrils on the cap,

debbie viess
Feb 17
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Help with ID -- Agaricus Augustus? I was hoping to get some help with IDing what I think are Agaricus augustus. I've consulted both Arora books, and they seem to match the descriptions

sundenbock66
Feb 16
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