Got out for an hour this morning found a profusion of painted suillus most were buggy but brought home a few to ID and snack on. On the way out of the woods almost stepped on a bunch of sarcodan imbricatus wont be eating those bug they are cool looking.Driving down the road i looked over an seen a log covered in comb teeth brought home a bunch love it fried in butter till it,s brown and crispy.
haven't been out much,very busy so excursions are brief.out tuesday but not much of interest. moisture good,but thinkin' temps could be warmer especially at night but not sure. birch boletes in yard just showing and warmer next week.lots to do but getting out this weekend.MISSING THE WOODS! Enjoy when you can!!
Latest find I think some aborted entaloma,some kind of little brown mushroom from the same stump,about 2pounds of sweet tooth the bugs got after it but I brought it home to I'D . Three small boletes that I can't I'd and the wierdest sac type shrimp I've ever seen ...looks like something you would find hanging behind a gray male dog can't find it in any book but I won't give up.my daughter has my camera or I'd post some pics
managed to get out for a few hours this morning, got a nice sack of birch boletes,a few yellow scabers and speckle stems.maybe two and a half pounds altogether.would make beautiful picture but ''where's the camera!!!'' have to get one just for me.back to canning and maybe a sit down meal tonight! good luck and take care!
You people are hardcore! Summer foraging is tough but fall is creeping towards us. Fog, I'm not sure but might be some kind of puffball maybe, Calvatia cyathiformis , unless someone is missing an old gray male dog.
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