What are the white mushrooms in your post? I have been seeing the same ones, (light yellow spore print) but have not been able to get a reliable ID from any books. Am finding them in spruce and hardwood mixes.
Thanks for any help.
I hear you regarding the bugs OldElm. Found nearly 1500 chanterelles this summer and around 300 were not buggy. Anywhere I went here in Wisconsin. So depressing. So far found about 240 cinnabars. Thank goodness all bug free. Good luck.
So this was today's haul. About a pound and a half of trumpets. I believe there was 3, at least two different species in there. The Horn-of-Plenty's actually smelled a little apricot-like. I guess that is why they are also referred to as the Black Chanterelle. FINALLY found some chanterelles that were not buggy, granted it was only three of them. 18 or so cinnabars, and one little baby hedgehog. Made some scrambled eggs with trumpets, or was it trumpets with scrambled eggs? Hehe! Anyway, hope you all have some good luck too.
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