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garylincoff unknown red Russula
unknown red Russula commented on by garylincoff Manhattan, New York, USA8 years ago

Russula emetica typically occurs in sphagnum moss areas - that is, wetland environments. This is a common dry land mushroom. It's also quite mild to the taste - not hot or peppery or acrid at all.

garylincoff White Coral Fungus
White Coral Fungus commented on by garylincoff Tennessee, USA8 years ago

Erin is right - the Coral Jelly - its look and feel are quite different from typical coral fungi.

garylincoff False Coral
False Coral commented on by garylincoff North Carolina, USA8 years ago

Erin is right - this isn't a coral mushroom - it's a jelly fungus that just resembles a coral - it's tougher, though, and the branches are often flatter rather than rounded, and its base (inside) is gelatinized.

garylincoff Purple Pinwheel Mushroom
Purple Pinwheel Mushroom commented on by garylincoff Assam, India9 years ago

very nice photo - thanks for posting!

garylincoff Stink bug eggs
Stink bug eggs commented on by garylincoff Curitiba, Paran√°, Brazil9 years ago

thank you

garylincoff Blueberries
Blueberries commented on by garylincoff Texas, USA9 years ago

Wow!

garylincoff Porcelain-berry
Porcelain-berry commented on by garylincoff NYC, New York, USA9 years ago

Porcelain berry is NOT EDIBLE.....There are a lot of grape look-alikes - and this is one of them....

garylincoff Yellow ladyslipper
Yellow ladyslipper commented on by garylincoff Charleston, West Virginia, USA9 years ago

very, very cool !

garylincoff White flower
White flower commented on by garylincoff Charleston, West Virginia9 years ago

I love your yellow lady's slipper. We'll be looking for it this spring - and mapping a quadrant around it to see what mushrooms come up later in the season. Could be a connection, you know.

garylincoff Mushroom
Mushroom commented on by garylincoff Charleston, West Virginia, USA9 years ago

is that a chanterelle? you have to turn one over and photograph the underside as well........

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