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Please help identify

Discussion in 'Pennsylvania' started by Ling, Aug 28, 2017.

  1. Ling

    Ling Morel Enthusiast

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    I found these mushroom last weekend.
    Can anyone help identify? Any of them edible?
     

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  2. trahn008

    trahn008 Morel Connoisseur

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    Ling not good pics. Most of them are to far gone to ID from a photo. I could guess at them up that's what it would be. If looking for ID help photo the fresh mushrooms, take pic of caps, stems and gills... Even with all those, sometimes it's very hard to ID a mushroom from a picture. Happy Hunting!!
     
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  3. Ling

    Ling Morel Enthusiast

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    Thank you!
    I will take more clear pictures next time when I see some :)
     
  4. Ling

    Ling Morel Enthusiast

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    Are these ringless honey mushroom?
    Seems they are growing out of ground instead of wood
     

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  5. jack

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    Looks like Ringless Honeys to me. They're probably growing off buried wood or tree roots.
     
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  6. Ling

    Ling Morel Enthusiast

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    I saw these huge mushroom again in Maryland. Took a few more pics. Hope someone can help to identify.
     

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  7. jack

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    I'm just taking a wild guess because these are too old. So, I'm thinking Panellus sortinus, Late Fall Oysters. If I am correct, when fresh these are edible, but too tough and pretty flavorless. Also they need slow, slow cooking because of their tough texture. I've tried these before and it wasn't worth taking my knife out of my pocket to cut them....
     
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  8. Ling

    Ling Morel Enthusiast

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    Thank you!