2019 SUMMER MUSHROOMS PA

Discussion in 'Pennsylvania' started by trahn008, Jul 12, 2019.

  1. Beatnik88

    Beatnik88 Morel Connoisseur

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    Originally excited, thinking this was a matsutake, found under hemlock trees. Thinking it's some amanita species, any thoughts?
     

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  2. trahn008

    trahn008 Morel Connoisseur

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    Beat, yes amanita. Amanita Virosa AVOID! Happy Hunting!
     
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  3. shroomsearcher

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    Drove past a yard today that looked like it was full of them! Clump after clump. Didn't have time to stop and knock on the door. Looked like a storm was coming, so I was beating feet for home, I had windows open. I found a clump that looked kind of like yours in my Chant spot. It was small, 8 or 10 shrooms at most. Dimpled cap, but the shrooms had rings. Also looked like it was growing from the ground, but then found a couple others nearby growing from the base of an old, dead snag.

    I've heard that ringed honeys are better than ringless. True?