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Lars Hansen

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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #45 on: December 27, 2019, 18:59:11 »
I'm going through my images for autumnal creatures .. found these

Shot #1 .. these are a bit too "tender" for me to decide the species.

Not sure, but I think #2 and #3 are edible: Coprinus comatus (lawyer's wig .. in danish, Paryk blækhat)
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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #46 on: December 27, 2019, 19:01:21 »
Thanks, Lars !

Yes, crispy bacon !  ;D

Below, tiny creature invading a cattle poo.

I guess, not the first ones you would pick for eating ..  ;D
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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #47 on: December 28, 2019, 13:48:30 »
I guess, not the first ones you would pick for eating ..  ;D

Definitely not, Lars ! ;D
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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #48 on: December 28, 2019, 13:52:21 »
Too many mushrrom and fungi induced deaths here in Australia for me to pick from the field.  Maybe the fungii one finds in European forests are safer - I most certainly hope so.  Pretty though.
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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #49 on: December 28, 2019, 17:42:54 »
Not sure, but I think #2 and #3 are edible: Coprinus comatus (lawyer's wig .. in danish, Paryk blækhat)

There are, but only young.

Below :

Taken 3 years ago on 14 December. Didn't find any clue for identification.
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Lars Hansen

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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #50 on: December 29, 2019, 13:29:29 »
Francis - thanks for the advice.

Very nice shot. I'm no expert, only curious. Maybe it's Laccaria amethystinathe. It's common, colour is special and its shape can be both curved and depressed. It has gills and they have same violet colour. 

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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #51 on: January 03, 2020, 13:24:03 »
#1: A Puffball - Lycoperdon perlatum as far as I've googled..
 
#2: An invasion of mushrooms. Looks like Ink caps (Coprinus atramentarius) and probably other species.   
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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #52 on: January 03, 2020, 15:35:14 »
There are, but only young.

Below :

Taken 3 years ago on 14 December. Didn't find any clue for identification.

Could be Rhodopaxillus nudus, edible but only after cooking.

That was the name by which I knew it as a child (when my father was teaching me mushrooms), now they have changed its name to Lepista nuda. Commonplace but confusing habit to change the names, so a mushroom has at least two-three aliases, like pornstars... It is also known as Agaricus nudus; Clitocybe nuda; Gyrophila nuda; Tricholoma nudum

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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #53 on: January 03, 2020, 20:03:27 »
Thanks, Lars and Massimo !

Taken today, a dried one :
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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #54 on: January 27, 2020, 09:49:30 »
Probably from Polypotus family.

Turkeytails.
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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #55 on: October 31, 2020, 15:09:43 »
2020 new autumnal creatures...

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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #56 on: November 10, 2020, 17:11:01 »
Thanks, Lars and Massimo !

Taken today, a dried one :

And thank you Francis for that last nice series!
Here is another dried one I found on a forrest hike not long ago. Pretty big one - or maybe two growing very close. And a few smaller ones on a broken tree.
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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #57 on: November 13, 2020, 10:26:05 »
Amanita phalloides and Amanita citrina side by side

Deadly poisonous (on left) and edible (on right). Easy to get confused if you are not an expert. AVOID BOTH

Amanita citrina smells of potato, A.phalloides has a foulish smell, especially the older samples.

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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #58 on: November 13, 2020, 11:08:32 »
Gyroporus cyanescens aka Boletus cyanescens

Turns pale green when sliced, after some minutes the greenish tinge vanishes.
NOT NECESSARILY a sign of poison, as a matter of fact this one is quite good. We made a fantastic risotto with mushroom sauce
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Re: Autumnal creatures.
« Reply #59 on: November 13, 2020, 22:28:01 »
Wow, Francis, Lars and Massimo collectively offer amazing series of mushrooms!  Thank you for sharing!
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