Medina County hunting

Discussion in 'Ohio' started by jayfressh, Apr 28, 2014.

  1. jayfressh

    jayfressh Morel Enthusiast

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    Went out in North East Brunswick for a couple hours, good grounds Ash, Elm and Cherry but no Morels.

    My daughter and I still had a good time looking, found a skull and some fungi we could not identify. We propped the skull up to keep any other hunters away :twisted:

    Fungus was very far and few, I think it is still too cold?

    A few things we did see and aren't able to identify:

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  2. jemajema

    jemajema Young Morel

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    I believe the top photo is called a Milk-White Toothed Polypore. It usually covers decaying branches. The picture below that might be a False Turkey Tail but i'm not sure from the pic.