Depending on your age you may not know how to copy and paste things.........your mouse has two buttons right and left ...to copy you must highlight it ...put little arrow in front of what you want to copy click the left button and hold down while dragging arrow over what you want to copy and let go...should be covered with blue...now put the arrow on the blue part and click right bottom a list should appear click on copy.....now the thing you want to copy is stored in your mouse ........then go to where you want to put it and right click .....list appears again left click on paste ....Tada hope this helps someone
Checked out a new spot, did not see any chants but think I found a king bolete growing from the base of a hemlock doing a spore check on it .I also found a small bolete kind of yellowish looked it up but can't I'd it.boy that humidity kills me.
after 2 hours of hikeing I finally found some chants that were not buggy.also pretty sure I found a amanita caesarea but i like life so I'm not taking that chance.brought home a couple for IDing little brown mushroom ? I'm going with LBM and some type of bolete , fuzzy purple brown top and tan smooth stem things that make you go hhhmm. I'm going to try the old man of the woods and going to devour the chants the others will be investigated and thrown out. I don't eat very many gilled mushrooms not sure enough of myself. Picture to follow
onieda county went back out and picked the rest of the chants found some more old man and and some hedgehogs to buggy to eat but still good to see.found several boletes still working on the id seen some velvet fairy wings intresting and orange pink and yellow spiky things I have to look up later geogym you need to take a day off and get out there it's like walking into a living field guide there are so many different mushrooms blomming
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