PA 2018 SUMMER MUSHROOM FINDS

Discussion in 'Pennsylvania' started by trahn008, Jun 2, 2018.

  1. trahn008

    trahn008 Morel Connoisseur

    726
    1,480
    93
    A place to post your pictures of your finds. Also include state and county and type of environment mushrooms where found. Happy Hunting!
     
    Barnacle likes this.
  2. PrimordialDecay

    PrimordialDecay Young Morel

    1
    3
    1
    20180526_155550.jpg Found these underneath a piece of cardboard the other day. Venango County. Anyone know what they are? Extremely pretty.
     

  3. beagleboy

    beagleboy Morel Connoisseur

    432
    956
    93
    I guess anything I find now will be summer mushrooms. Here are some I found this morning. IMG_3548.JPG IMG_3549.JPG
     
  4. beagleboy

    beagleboy Morel Connoisseur

    432
    956
    93
    Found in Snyder co. Pa Mixed oak, maple and hemlock on the side of a small ridge.
     
  5. Barnacle

    Barnacle Morel Connoisseur

    294
    424
    63
    25050247-4F7C-4AE6-9BAC-5FCB7F2A20FD.jpeg A3B92939-8625-48BB-BFF7-BEE91AE520FA.jpeg
    I have not been able to “like” this pic since it was posted. Finally seems to be working again. They look like cocktail umbrellas. Beagle I’ve been seeing lots of those gilled mushrooms lately no clue what they are.
    I may have spotted a couple trumpets today?
     
    beagleboy and (deleted member) like this.
  6. beagleboy

    beagleboy Morel Connoisseur

    432
    956
    93
    Yes everything was down for awhile but they have it fixed now. jack said it was a glitz in the software.
     
    Barnacle likes this.
  7. steelernation

    steelernation Morel Connoisseur

    135
    258
    63
    Okay, since a couple of people have been posting photos of reishi, WHERE IS IT in PA??? My two big producing areas in the upper Mon Forest in WV and in the Allegheny National Forest netted me FOUR. With all of the good damp weather and reasonable temps this year, I expected something, but nothing from nothing leaves nothin'...
     
    Barnacle and (deleted member) like this.
  8. celticcurl

    celticcurl Morel Connoisseur

    156
    263
    63
    Barnacle that picture kinda sucked but that sure looks like a black trumpet. Get some better pictures and post them please. I'm so jealous!

    I found some chanterelle buttons the other day up here in southern MI so it won't be too long I'll hopefully find some trumpets.
     
    Barnacle likes this.
  9. trahn008

    trahn008 Morel Connoisseur

    726
    1,480
    93
    Steeler, what tree's are you looking around? Hemlock is the key for me, find an area where the hemlock died off about 5 years ago and you'll be knee deep in them. Happy Hunting!
     
    Barnacle and (deleted member) like this.
  10. beagleboy

    beagleboy Morel Connoisseur

    432
    956
    93
    I don't think that this is chaga but would like a verification on that. It is on a grey birch. IMG_3550.JPG
     
    Barnacle likes this.
  11. trahn008

    trahn008 Morel Connoisseur

    726
    1,480
    93
  12. Barnacle

    Barnacle Morel Connoisseur

    294
    424
    63
    B90CE568-A27E-446F-8EFF-A9584A561651.jpeg C932E627-7394-4A7B-A350-97226A20AE65.jpeg 97BC159D-F27D-4D02-B0E9-D049EEC3DF83.jpeg
    Celticcurl, it’s been a long day and the “that picture kinda sucked” line hit me just right. Had me laughing! It did suck , sorry I was literally on my knees getting assaulted by bugs and those things were tiny. The pine needles dwarfed them. I’ll recheck in a week if we get rain. My chant patch is due for another inspection. These pics are from last Sunday I think.
     
    beagleboy and (deleted member) like this.
  13. steelernation

    steelernation Morel Connoisseur

    135
    258
    63
    Barnacle - IF you get rain...you must not be in the western half of the state, huh :p

    Trahn - you know me, hemlock forests are my best friend, right along with oak. In addition to our two biggies, we checked a few lesser spots when in WV, and only the one had any, and just like my two big spots, they were tiny and underdeveloped. My good spots are on public lands, and get picked a little before me sometimes, but not the case this year. They just aren't there in our region. At least we have a lot left over from last year...
     
  14. beagleboy

    beagleboy Morel Connoisseur

    432
    956
    93
    Found in Snyder co. on oak stump in mainly oak forest today IMG_3551.JPG IMG_3552.JPG IMG_3553.JPG . Jack-o-lantern mushroom
     
  15. Gibz

    Gibz Morel Enthusiast

    42
    87
    18
    3AFCAD1F-DCB3-461A-94CE-DDEBDF4D9C1E.jpeg
     

    Attached Files:

    beagleboy likes this.
  16. Gibz

    Gibz Morel Enthusiast

    42
    87
    18
    Anybody know what these might be? The petals were translucent and the flower had done smell even though not fully open
     
  17. PAtrapper37

    PAtrapper37 Morel Connoisseur

    96
    325
    53
    BD31B694-6DCB-4FBD-B7D3-A036F3AAAB7C.jpeg 2D4198EC-A1DB-4678-8E26-AF03F6451E80.jpeg My buddy just found these...any ideas?
     
    beagleboy likes this.
  18. beagleboy

    beagleboy Morel Connoisseur

    432
    956
    93
    Gibz, I think they are indian pipes. I see them all over the areas I hunt mushrooms. I saw where they are actually a plant without chlorophyll.
     
  19. PAtrapper37

    PAtrapper37 Morel Connoisseur

    96
    325
    53
    D9D953DD-2C69-4681-A67D-266C1964713E.jpeg 8433C98B-2B7E-4E76-90DE-2A028DD68E94.jpeg Here’s the bottom of them...base of big oak