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chesterbperry

chesterbperry

I am a chef and organic gardener of 20+ years. Also an advocate of native/wild edibles, since they often bring more flavor to the plate.

Chattanooga, TN

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chesterbperry Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by chesterbperry Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam6 years ago

This thing is fierce!

chesterbperry Hairy Bittercress
Hairy Bittercress commented on by chesterbperry Laurel, Mississippi, USA6 years ago

I have tried it, emphasis on bitter, might make a decent addition to a spring mix in small quantities.

chesterbperry Musgo ¿?
Musgo ¿? commented on by chesterbperry Heredia, Costa Rica6 years ago

liquen

chesterbperry Witch's Butter
Witch's Butter commented on by chesterbperry Colorado, USA6 years ago

This is not a slime mold, one of the fungi commonly referred to as "witches' butter".

chesterbperry Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by chesterbperry Georgia, USA6 years ago

Hello deer lake, this is a true fungus, I believe one of the Trametes, but need a look at the pore surface, please remove from lichen mission, thank you.

chesterbperry Bird's Nest Fungus
Bird's Nest Fungus commented on by chesterbperry Tennessee, USA6 years ago

I believe you are correct Sarah, I retract my suggestion.

chesterbperry Spotted Orbweaver
Spotted Orbweaver commented on by chesterbperry East Ridge, Tennessee, USA6 years ago

Thank you Kunzah

chesterbperry Cartilage Lichen
Cartilage Lichen commented on by chesterbperry Tennessee, USA6 years ago

Thank you Lisa

chesterbperry Red Raspberry Slime
Red Raspberry Slime commented on by chesterbperry Tennessee, USA6 years ago

Thank you for taking a look Mark

chesterbperry Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by chesterbperry Tennessee, USA6 years ago

Thank you Sarah, I was having trouble deciding on number of legs per segment. Do you have any suggestion on genus or species, having trouble there too?