Hello from Ulster County, NY

Discussion in 'New York' started by goshawkfalconer, Aug 2, 2014.

  1. goshawkfalconer

    goshawkfalconer Young Morel

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  2. fogwhisper

    fogwhisper Morel Connoisseur

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    Your chicken looks like it's been growing for a while, I usually just break off the edges of chicken mushrooms it's the most tender part.Plus you don't disturb the mycilium
     

  3. jmerx

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    U can take the hard pieces and make mushroom stock with it.
     
  4. lynkage

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    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!!!
     
  5. goshawkfalconer

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    Thanks all. Got out today for a little bit and found a ton of Ramaria and a few Amanitas. Found a few gilled mushrooms that I'm still trying to id, and what appears to be a rotted chanterelle.

    I only cut maybe an inch out of each chicken shelf, but this one was definitely a bit older.
     
  6. goshawkfalconer

    goshawkfalconer Young Morel

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    Too bad nothing edible today, but here are the pics that I am kind of stuck on.
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    Any idea where to start Id on this one?



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    Ramaria sp. I was thinking it looked like gelatinosa.



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    Having a hard time finding an ID on this one too.
     
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  7. jmerx

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    Bottom one looks like a peppery milky and middle is coral of some sort.
     
  8. goshawkfalconer

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    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.