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love love love the 3rd down and 2nd up, the tall spendley ones. these are incredible, we have mushrooms but not like these. i wish i could visit you at work
I just recently photographed #5 while following along the Lewis and Clark trail. We we're just outside of Billings Montana along the Yellowstone River. I think I got #2 also there. Gee, if you get an ID, I would be able to include that along with my post and people would think I am smart. :)
None of these muchrooms look particularly appetizing and I'm with you on getting store-bought only.
Loved those "tall" ones...thought I'd see an elf under there!
Kevin, I can't tell what #1 is.#2 Shaggy ink cap.........good eating.#3 is the same but past it's prime. I can't help with the others. If you post them to Wild about Britain someone will know.
PS. The penultimate one is also a Shaggy Ink Cap I think. They usually fall over before the get to this state.
So that's what you do in your tea breaks! Wonderful!
Precious fruits that nature produces images so clear and show us. Regards,
Hi Dad,If I remember my undergrad mycology correctly (not a given, seeing as it was 10 yrs ago!):#1 = maybe top end of a Tricholoma?#2 = Coprinus cornatus or shaggy ink cap#3 = also C. cornatus#4 = I think, maybe an Armillaria species.#5 = probably (very!) mature Conocybe lactea or white dunce cap#6 = looks a lot like Hypholoma fasciculare or sulphur tuft - if so, very toxic!
They are amazing pictures! I have never thought of taking photos of mushrooms, but I'm glad you did. I really like them.Thank you so so much for your wonderful comment on my watercolour. It means a lot to me as this is my first one and I'm "testing" the reactions on my blog. I know (from all your photos) that you have a really good eye, so if you think it's good then I believe it :-) Have a lovely Sunday evening and a good week ahead. xoPS: Sorry I'm always so slow at visiting - my life seems to have a mind of its own st the moment ;-)
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