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Discussion in 'Pennsylvania' started by trahn008, May 14, 2018.
I used a pole saw Saturday...it was raining oysters in my daughters head
Somebody told me this was crown tip coral and is edible...is that correct?
Yep crowned tip coral mushroom. Edible.
We got into some more chickens
I thought this was a neat picture
This thread is great! PAtrapper37, great photos keepem coming! Trahn I’m just taking screenshots of all these great tips your Doleing out.
This is the first chicken of the woods I found while actually hunting for them. It is growing from the roots of an upturned hemlock tree. I think I read on here that there are some issues with ones that are growing on conifers. Please let me know if that is right.
I always stay away from mushrooms on hemlocks...that’s just me
Beagle, every field guide I have used warns to stay away from chickens on conifers. Not everyone will get sick, however they do produce a sensitivity reaction much more frequently than those harvested from deciduous trees.
Probably a fly agaric, if not than it's likely a russula od some type
Too far gone.
That’s the worst...hate finding edibles that you can’t pick
I did harvest some of these they had very few beetles.
A lot to far gone. Still brought home a bunch. Good thing I was watching where I walked or i might have lost a toe.
Yikes, looks like the stock for some good soup!
Chants are here in Saratoga county! Seems early?
This area produced a lot of chants last season but it looks like someone took a skid steer through it to put new gravel on the path. Could the disturbance of the ground screw up the productivity of the patch?
WOW Barnacle that is early, distrurbance is always good! Happy Hunting!