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Mushroom ID

Discussion in 'Pennsylvania' started by wildshroomer, May 10, 2013.

  1. wildshroomer

    wildshroomer Morel Enthusiast

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    Hey found these the other day, anyone on here know what they are? edible? Coral Mushroom?

    Top side:
    http://i250.photobucket.com/albums/gg274/rustycharlie2004/hunting-fishing-outdoors/2013%20Mushrooms/5-9-20131_zps0ab646af.jpg

    Bottom side:
    http://i250.photobucket.com/albums/gg274/rustycharlie2004/hunting-fishing-outdoors/2013%20Mushrooms/5-9-20132_zpsc93d8867.jpg
     
  2. davidbrown188

    davidbrown188 Young Morel

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    Not sure what they r but I'm sure there not coral shrooms..... There some good identifying books out there wouldn't hurt to get one and take it out with you..... Just to be safe n who knows you might identify some prized type of shrooms
     

  3. jleland

    jleland Young Morel

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    Not corals, they look like a strain of oysters. Not sure, but I know I haven't seen them in Eastern Nebraska.
     
  4. jack

    jack Administrator Staff Member

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    Plicaturopsis crispa
     
  5. steelernation

    steelernation Morel Enthusiast

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    Also known as Split Gill
     
  6. morelsxs

    morelsxs Morel Connoisseur

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    Had to look this up as I was unfamiliar with it. Very interesting read:

    http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/toms_fungi/feb2000.html