Hello all, just joined here. I have been interested in mushroom hunting for years, but mostly focused on edible wild plants. Started actually looking for mushrooms over the summer. Here is my first find!
Good tips guys! And welcome,Goshawk!!Was just out for a short peek.Got some hedgehogs,a couple chants and couple trumpets.Surprisingly dry after recent rains.And bugs galore.Gotta get back to the garden.Enjoy!!!
It appears the top photo is a Lycoperdon pyriforme. Choice edible in the young stages! Second is definitely a coral of some sort. I am leaning toward the Ramaria genus. Third does look like a peppery milky. The local deer population trampled them so I did not see any seeping the gills.
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