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JohnE.Ringo Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by JohnE.Ringo Texas, USA9 years ago

I don't think its Pleurotus cornucopiae. The cap shape doesn't look right and the yellow coloration looks more like aging/drying to me. It was found in Texas too.. Pleurotus pulmonarius seems more appropriate to me.

JohnE.Ringo Marasmius
Marasmius commented on by JohnE.Ringo Georgia, USA9 years ago

Marasmius, I always do that.

JohnE.Ringo Marasmius
Marasmius commented on by JohnE.Ringo Georgia, USA9 years ago

Mirasmius

JohnE.Ringo "mock oyster"
"mock oyster" commented on by JohnE.Ringo Tennessee, USA9 years ago

Both observations are Phyllotopsis nidulans.

JohnE.Ringo Mushroom
Mushroom commented on by JohnE.Ringo California, USA9 years ago

Gymnopus or Melanoleuca maybe?

JohnE.Ringo Fungi
Fungi commented on by JohnE.Ringo 4871, Queensland, Australia9 years ago

Its Laetiporous species, one of what people lump together as chicken of the woods or Laetiporous sulphureus. Im not farmiliar with which ones occur in Australia.

JohnE.Ringo Fairies' Bonnets
Fairies' Bonnets commented on by JohnE.Ringo Philippines9 years ago

Wow, stunning! The material ive seen pictured as C. disseminatus didn`t have that blue color tho.

JohnE.Ringo Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by JohnE.Ringo Amber, Oklahoma, USA9 years ago

The quality and age of specimen make it hard to be 100%, but im pretty sure this is Hypsizygus ulmarius.

JohnE.Ringo Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by JohnE.Ringo Braga, Portugal9 years ago

No problem, its fun

JohnE.Ringo Orange mushrooms
Orange mushrooms commented on by JohnE.Ringo New Zealand9 years ago

Gill shots? Looks omphalinoid.

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