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Old 10-16-2019, 05:57 PM   #61
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I believe these are a version of manzanita bolete, possibly Leccinum ponderosum? They smell great and ive keyed them enough to know they are edible
Those look like what we called Red Capped Scaber Stalked mushrooms. Excellent edible!

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Correct. These are the orange capped bolete. Leccinum. A very good edible!
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I got these ones all over my property,
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Old 10-18-2019, 03:43 PM   #64
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Leccinum aurantiacum - Orange capped bolete. Very good edible.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leccinum_aurantiacum
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I got these ones all over my property,
Don't touch those things! They will turn the your skin into a vibrant shade of blue! Oops , too late. Sorry.
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Old 10-23-2019, 06:21 PM   #67
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Found some candy caps with some chanterelles
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Found some candy caps with some chanterelles
Have they filled your home with a nice aroma?
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Old 10-23-2019, 08:39 PM   #69
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Found some candy caps with some chanterelles
OK! Candy Caps. We thought we found 'em. But not sure and (not that brave) let 'em be. Sounds like a really good edible. Some'day. Scaber Stalk? Good one! I've found it not bland, but not 'choice.' Good dried.
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Found 2 spots with shaggy manes. My first time trying so I only took the 4 at the 1 spot but there were probably a dozen at least at the 2nd spot I found also found what I’ve come to believe is some almond mushrooms we did a spire print (the aroma is amazing.)
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Found 2 spots with shaggy manes. My first time trying so I only took the 4 at the 1 spot but there were probably a dozen at least at the 2nd spot I found also found what I’ve come to believe is some almond mushrooms we did a spire print (the aroma is amazing.)
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What you are referring to as almond mushrooms could be pinks or field mushrooms. Quite tasty. The gills should be concurrent, pink and will leave a brown spore print. The look alike is the "yellow stainer" the King of Hurlers. Not one you want to eat. But the stem or cap broken will instantly turn yellow. Gills are decurrent, brown spore print. Not seeing any yellow in your picks.

Good source for mushroom ID assistance, Wild Edible Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest by Northern Bushcraft.
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Amanita anyone?
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What you are referring to as almond mushrooms could be pinks or field mushrooms. Quite tasty. The gills should be concurrent, pink and will leave a brown spore print. The look alike is the "yellow stainer" the King of Hurlers. Not one you want to eat. But the stem or cap broken will instantly turn yellow. Gills are decurrent, brown spore print. Not seeing any yellow in your picks.

Good source for mushroom ID assistance, Wild Edible Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest by Northern Bushcraft.
Thanks bubba I have all that the rain promises and more will look into the other book you recommended.
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Old 10-26-2019, 09:17 PM   #75
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Ran across the most perfect Fly Amanita today the color and appearance just wowed me!! 😳
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Stumbled across a small patch of these good looking mushrooms yesterday. I am almost certain this is an "Agaricus Augustus" also formerly known as "Prince", but I have never encountered them before so not 100%. Smelled kinda sweet. What do you guys say?






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I've always tried to identify agarics and every time after going back and fourth between my 4 books i always narow it down to two and one is always inedible so ive never been sure.
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I've always tried to identify agarics and every time after going back and fourth between my 4 books i always narow it down to two and one is always inedible so ive never been sure.
I hear you.. It's generally not easy to identify mushrooms using books and pictures. For these types of things personal experience is the best guide.
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[QUOTE=Chinook Angler;16167685For these types of things personal experience is the best guide.[/QUOTE]

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Stumbled across a small patch of these good looking mushrooms yesterday. I am almost certain this is an "Agaricus Augustus" also formerly known as "Prince", but I have never encountered them before so not 100%. Smelled kinda sweet. What do you guys say?





Chinook...

That looks so much like a young Prince.. I'd say "it must be" 'cept for the date you post it.

These are an early fall mushroom, typically. Not to say... in a dry year... they may not appear later.

Problem is, you picked it young.. Buddies? and we've no pic of the gills. (must age chocolate and smell of almonds)
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Old 11-13-2019, 10:42 PM   #81
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When you read "All That the Rain Promises..." it refers to "MD pg 159." That's Mushrooms Demystified, the Bible.. by the same author... Clitocybe Nebularis... Cloudy Clitocybe. Odor... Rancid. Need say no more. Edible... But fallen out of favor... mostly because of the smell.. Beautiful specimens picked Saturday... No bueno and no pictures... Though tempted to even eat them. Tasted good and spit.

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Still a couple around
Just wondering how you are going to preserve that many Chanterelles?
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Most were consumed by family and friends within a week, i had a bunch of very nice dry buttons that i vac sealed for the crockpot.
They dont last long around here but a really good way to keep them a surprisingly long time is in a paper bag rolled up in the fridge vegi drawer.
The majority of what i took home this year were early dry buttons. You couldn't do that with soggy leafy chanterelles.
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Just wondering how you are going to preserve that many Chanterelles?
Cut'em up. Dry saute' them. Freeze in vacuum seal bags.

Don't use any oil or butter for the dry saute'. Saute' long enough to drive off excess water. A few minutes should suffice.

Do an internet search on 'Dry Sauteing mushrooms' for more details.
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Found a spot today with about a dozen of these. Never eaten them before and they were very soggy so i left them.
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Found a spot today with about a dozen of these. Never eaten them before and they were very soggy so i left them.
If coral mushroom is pink, it's likely to cause stomach upset.

2019 ... A very 'dry' year... Then, freezing (current forecast 11/26/2019).

If you ain't got it done by now... the time is short!
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Here's another that will give you fits in the night... though likely edible... 'Cloudy Clitocybe'

Spore print: Pale to yellow... rancid odor... commonly harvested by Indians in the SW. Common name ... Sandy. Grows in clusters, then fruits above ground.
Found in Salem OR. Not eaten... yet.
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