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Velvet Shank

Flammulina velutipes


tight clusters, bright orange


temperate forest, dead tree trunk


I spotted these while hiking in Fireman's Park on the edge of the city. They share the same dead tree with another unknown spotting of mine.

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iamcherreymaiya 11 years ago

lol.. haha somebody else got to eat that first..

Dan Doucette
Dan Doucette 11 years ago

Thanks Susan, Gina for the ID. As for eating them Cherrey, I don't know about that. Never eaten orange mushrooms before. You try them first, ok, hahahahah!

iamcherreymaiya 11 years ago

they looked edible hehe

Gina9210 11 years ago

velvet shank

SusanEllison 11 years ago

look very jelly like..good shot Dan!

Dan Doucette
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Dan Doucette

Niagara Falls, Ontario, Ontario, Canada

Spotted on Jun 12, 2011
Submitted on Jun 12, 2011

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