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Morel Mushroom Hunting Club: Mushroom Identification, Forays ...
Contains information on Morels, Chanterelles, Boletes, Lactarius, Russulas, Trillium, and wildflowers as well as tips, chat room, message board, recipes, ...
mushroom hunting finds location and variety
State By State Morel (and other mushrooms) Finds Names and Dates Included ..... and covers 125 wild edible mushrooms as well as 10 of the most common poisonous mushrooms, ... We find some nice mushrooms up here on the west coast In BC. ...
What Is A
Apr 13, 2005 ... Many Morel hunters also include these "Red Morels" in their searches. Many eat these along with "True Morels" with no ill-effects. ...
Pleurotus sapidus
Pleurotus sapidus. Photo By: David Lewis, Tennessee.
Hebeloma crustuliniforme
Hebeloma crustuliniforme. Photos By: Chris Matherly.
Lepiota procera
Lepiota procera. Photo By: Pam Kaminski. Photos By: Hugh Urban, Ohio 2005. Photo By: Chris Matherly, Georgia 2005.
Macrolepiota rachodes
Lepiota rachodes (Macrolepiota rachodes). Photo By: Pamela Kaminski. Photo By: David Lewis. Macrolepiota rachodes ( Shaggy Parasol): Excellent edible: I ...
Lepiota naucina
Lepiota naucina. Photo By: Hugh Urban, Ohio 2005. Photos By: Hugh Urban, Ohio 2005.
Lepiota americana
Flesh: Gills: Spore Print: Stalk: Fruiting: Range: Edibility: Look-alikes: Note: lepiota americana is a very good edible. The reddening flesh is a dead ...
The Morel Mushroom Hunting Club
The Morel Mushroom Hunting Club's: State By State Morel (and other ...... April 24th, 2005: Garrett Stock morel - general location: pennsylvania,Blair ...
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