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nanapaterson
nanapaterson
  January 04, 2011
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lydiesmommy
lydiesmommy
Amanita Phalloides
  Amanita Phalloides January 02, 2011
Death Cap Amanita Phalloides
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lydiesmommy
lydiesmommy
  January 02, 2011
Red bell shaped cap, found in San Diego.
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lydiesmommy
lydiesmommy
  January 01, 2011
Need help identifying.
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lydiesmommy
lydiesmommy
  January 01, 2011
Found in large groupings
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lydiesmommy
lydiesmommy
Russula emetica
  Russula emetica January 01, 2011
Red cap, white body. Russula emetica
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kaletar
kaletar
Hygrophorus coccineus ?
  Hygrophorus coccineus ? November 21, 2010
Very small (about 1 inch tall). Red cap. Mat but not hairy. Yellow-orange gills. Tastes mild with a little bit of sharp tone after a while. Hygrophorus coccineus ?
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maui
maui
  November 09, 2010
Large groups about 12" dia. In fertilized lawn under a banana tree. Picked and washed after about 3 days. I do not know if they are edible. Can anyone identify?
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sweetpeanjoey
sweetpeanjoey
  October 11, 2010
Large,brown,round mushroom about the size of my foot .from about 20 feet away looks like a large brown egg. I really know nothing at this point and would like to know more.
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hakristi
hakristi
Paxillus Involutus ???
  Paxillus Involutus ??? October 02, 2010
It was around 1,5 feet (diagonal) It was huge!!! We can not find it in any mushroom`s field guide. Richmond, BC Paxillus Involutus ???
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tofalvip
tofalvip
???
  ??? October 01, 2010
???
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tofalvip
tofalvip
  September 30, 2010
it grows on oak trees.
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tofalvip
tofalvip
False death cap
  False death cap September 30, 2010
False death cap
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Orange Birch Bolete
  Orange Birch Bolete September 29, 2010
This is a delicious edible mushroom. Fry it up in thin slices with some butter, salt and garlic, it tastes like meat. Spore print is light brown. Orange Birch Bolete
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mata_luna
mata_luna
Parrot Mushroom
  Parrot Mushroom September 28, 2010
This was my favorite find of the day. Parrot Mushroom
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mata_luna
mata_luna
  September 28, 2010
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mata_luna
mata_luna
  September 28, 2010
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mata_luna
mata_luna
  September 26, 2010
This mushroom was growing in a very clustered group on the side of fallen logs. About 3/4 of the down trees we saw had these growing on them. I believe they are poisonous
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mata_luna
mata_luna
  September 26, 2010
A very tiny, some form of jelly. Gorgeous, excellent color
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tedbenati
tedbenati
  September 24, 2010
Estava encrostada num galho no topo de umas das montanhas da Serra do Japi. Em volta desse fundo tem uma área aberta pra descanso, uns 13m² e vegetação queimada pelo sol (apenas uma parte).
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mata_luna
mata_luna
  September 24, 2010
What is this?
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christinaonska
christinaonska
  September 22, 2010
They have tripled in size since I first noticed them three days ago. The two bigger mushrooms are growing on the bonsai's roots, but there are little ones sprouting other places too.
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ryantosto
ryantosto
  September 21, 2010
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Sallyann
Sallyann
  September 21, 2010
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pegasus720
pegasus720
  September 15, 2010
It is almost paper thin, small, about 1 inch across. Long stem and some kind of pattern on the top.
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
unidentified
  unidentified September 11, 2010
unidentified
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
Shelf Mushroom
  Shelf Mushroom September 11, 2010
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trametes_gibbosa Shelf Mushroom
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
Schizophyllum commune
  Schizophyllum commune September 11, 2010
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schizophyllum_commune Schizophyllum commune
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
Shelf Mushroom
  Shelf Mushroom September 11, 2010
Trametes versicolor is saprotrophic, meaning it feeds off of decomposing organic matter. For obvious reasons, in the United States it is commonly referred to as Turkey Tail. It is considered to be medicinal, used in immunoadjuvant therapy for cancer in China, Japan and Europe. According to mycologist Paul Stamets it also has bioremediation potential. This means it has the potential to absorb toxic contaminants found in the natural environment and return ecosystems to their natural state. The imm Shelf Mushroom
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nanajanet
nanajanet
  September 08, 2010
Found this on a tree hiking in Maine at Sebec Lake in August of 2010.
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