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In addition to the usual cautions about eating more tender parts of younger specimens and taking it easy the first time you try it, you should...
I often find black trumpets and old man growing nearby.
I have the most luck in old, hardwood forests with little undergrowth. Near creeks. Predominately Beech.
My 11 yo son just brought these home! Good job, buddy![ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Nice haul, plus my favorite beer!
If I'm not mistaken, I think Old Elm is referring how old/dead the tree is, not the time of season.
I submitted my find to this guy's thesis project. Definitely Golden Oysters.
Also, they are delicious.
Really seem to be golden oysters, which I take it are not native to North America? How strange!
Any help IDing these? Some kind of honey? Almost look like jack-o-lantern, but it's really early for those, right? The gills are decurrent and run...
Thanks fellas. I also found a small yellow.. Left it to grow.
My very first ever. Border of Montgomery and Bucks.
Are gills allowed?
Heh. I'm afraid the hard-won experience from my illustrious foraging career of nearly two weeks won't offer much in the way of additional insights...
Heads up... you've got your name and address on the mail in this pic. Might want to edit and re-post to avoid ID fraud.