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Old June 18th, 2018, 01:14 PM #31
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how to you save, or link a thread? i want to be able to easily find this thread again next time i find a mushroom
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Old June 18th, 2018, 01:53 PM #32
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A few years back, we had a really rainy spring and I had Morels popping up all over the at the back of my yard by the woods. There must have been 4-5 dozen over the course of a week.
Never saw them previously and never saw them since.
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The Mycological Association of Washington web site has some good information and links to other resources.

http://mawdc.org/
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I got skunked on morel season again, I've seen some guys finding some chanterelles lately, but haven't found any of those either. This dry weather is going to put the hurt on any mushrooms for a while so I haven't really gone out looking. Hopefully we can get some rain again soon.
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You a member? I was at meeting Tuesday.
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Not a member. I can't remember who I was talking to that mentioned the group to me, was a few years back. I have done quite a bit of morel hunting, I come across various other things in the woods their website is a good reference.
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This moisture situation we have been having has resulted in these mushrooms coming up. I have not seen these before in my yard. They resemble hen of the woods which is common in my yard. This may be the white-pore chicken of the woods. I know it is growing in the weeds and not directly on wood but there are oak roots in the ground here.
Has anyone seen this before? I will take a spore print and examine one closer tomorrow.
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This moisture situation we have been having has resulted in these mushrooms coming up. I have not seen these before in my yard. They resemble hen of the woods which is common in my yard. This may be the white-pore chicken of the woods. I know it is growing in the weeds and not directly on wood but there are oak roots in the ground here.
Has anyone seen this before? I will take a spore print and examine one closer tomorrow.
Probably Black staining polypore. Cut a pice and it should turn black within a few hours.
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Co-workers have been grabbing a bunch of Hen Of The Woods at work this week. I might have to explore the woods myself tomorrow.
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Co-workers have been grabbing a bunch of Hen Of The Woods at work this week. I might have to explore the woods myself tomorrow.
If you can go for it. I harvest a few in my yard every year. Besides being delicious I am 100% confident in Identifying them. I may conduct a search tomorrow too 😊
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