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Honey Mushroom (Armillaria mellea) ~ Edible ... there are closely related species known for their color, not their taste.

Honey Mushroom (Armillaria mellea) ~ Edible ... there are closely related species known for their color, not their taste.

I heard you like fancy mushrooms. I present to you the 'hydnellum ferrugineum'

I heard you like fancy mushrooms. I present to you the 'hydnellum ferrugineum'

Slippery Jacks (Suillus species): Edible. The Suillus species are commonly known as “slippery jacks” since most caps are slimy. They are in the order Boletales which means they have a sponge-like layer of tubes on the underside of the cap instead of gills. There are over 70 species found in North America. All are considered edible, but none are highly prized considering their slimy nature. Cap size: 1.2-7.1 inches (3-18 cm). Found in temperate climates of the Northern Hemisphere, they have…

Slippery Jacks (Suillus species): Edible. The Suillus species are commonly known as “slippery jacks” since most caps are slimy. They are in the order Boletales which means they have a sponge-like layer of tubes on the underside of the cap instead of gills. There are over 70 species found in North America. All are considered edible, but none are highly prized considering their slimy nature. Cap size: 1.2-7.1 inches (3-18 cm). Found in temperate climates of the Northern Hemisphere, they have…

Schweißausbruch :-)

Schweißausbruch :-)

Funghi tossici: avviato il primo progetto del Centro-sud - http://blog.rodigarganico.info/2015/ambiente/funghi-tossici-avviato-il-primo-progetto-del-centro-sud/

Funghi tossici: avviato il primo progetto del Centro-sud - http://blog.rodigarganico.info/2015/ambiente/funghi-tossici-avviato-il-primo-progetto-del-centro-sud/

Queen Bolete (Boletus aereus, B. regineus): Edible (choice!)  Boletus aereus is another prized mushrooms in Europe (a.k.a. Porcino Nero), and it was thought to be the same species as Boletus regineus found in California. The cap is dark brown to black when young, but then fades to reddish-brown often with white blotches. Cap size: 2.0-5.9 inches (5-15 cm), but can get to7.9 inches (20 cm). Found growing solitary or scattered and in groups under mixed woods, but especially with oaks.

Queen Bolete (Boletus aereus, B. regineus): Edible (choice!) Boletus aereus is another prized mushrooms in Europe (a.k.a. Porcino Nero), and it was thought to be the same species as Boletus regineus found in California. The cap is dark brown to black when young, but then fades to reddish-brown often with white blotches. Cap size: 2.0-5.9 inches (5-15 cm), but can get to7.9 inches (20 cm). Found growing solitary or scattered and in groups under mixed woods, but especially with oaks.

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Stinkhorn fungus, Dictyophora indusiata, from Costa Rica, by Brian Gratwicke via Flickr (cc-by-nc): http://www.flickr.com/photos/briangratwicke/2640443670/

Stinkhorn fungus, Dictyophora indusiata, from Costa Rica, by Brian Gratwicke via Flickr (cc-by-nc): http://www.flickr.com/photos/briangratwicke/2640443670/

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