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My areas south of the cities have been really productive. Tried a few spots in the south and east metro yesterday and hit just a few small greys....
Finally made it into the woods yesterday, found 20 2-3 inchers and a ton of tinies. Open sunny areas, in and out of the woods. Just starting up in...
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] Not bitter, no staining. Any ideas? Guessing variants of edulis.
Definitely appear to be Chants! I've found them clumped but double check those. If the gills are rudimentary you are good to go.
I check in every so often, in between a move and settling in at new job. Havent forgotten! ;)
There are a lot of different boletes ranging from Porcinis which are some of the best eating mushrooms to highly toxic varieties. I would seek out...
The top is some sort of bolete,not good with those yet myself. The bottom is crown tipped coral. When pure white and fresh they make good eating....
I encourage everyone to get into summer and fall mushrooms. The only time I dont hunt is the dead of winter. Awesome to see more fanatics!
Its so difficult to tell for sure, its definitely a polypore of some kind. There are literally thousands!
I have no idea your level of experience...
Wow! Ive never seen chants this early! Nice bock bock!
Edit: Didnt realize this was on the MO board..pretty typical timing I assume?
Wishing I had some free time. This cool weather plus rain, Id bet those deep dark places will be producing for a while yet.
Minnesota Mycological Society!
Prime chickens, especially cincinnatus are one of my favorite eating mushrooms. I think they rival morels!