5 responses

  1. Brian Peterson
    September 2, 2011

    Cool pics! WE sure don't get anything like that in the southwest.

  2. Earlylite
    September 2, 2011

    There are mushrooms everywhere in Maine. The place is a virtual rain forest and fungus has a field day. These examples really caught my eye though. Those tendril things are my favorite.

  3. JJ Mathes
    September 2, 2011

    Phillip- I bought a laminated fold out mushroom card for identifying such cool looking shrooms. It doesn't have all the shrooms, but has most of the more common ones

    your photos


    2-Spindle Coral

    3- Fading Scarlet Waxy (Ithink)

    4- I don't know

    Anyway, I bought this pocket guide and will be carrying it with me this fall so I can ID shrooms

    it's called Mushrooms, an introduction to familiar North American species, by Waterford Press. It's about 4×9-inches and laminated folds out to about 22×9-inches. $5.95

  4. Earlylite
    September 2, 2011

    Awesome JJ- I'll update the photo captions. Thank you so much!

    You made me remember about folding card on my desk (under a pile). Doh! I have the Pocket Naturalist Guide – Mushrooms: An Introduction to Familiar North American Species<img src="http://www.assoc-amazon.com/e/ir?t=&l=as2&o=1&a=1583551824&camp=217145&creative=399369&quot; width="1" height="1" border="0" alt="" style="border:none !important; margin:0px !important;" /> which has everything you've listed except what the 4th one.

  5. Sedona_Hiker
    September 2, 2011

    Cool looking mushrooms indeed! Will keep my eyes open when I do one of those Sedona trails. Might find some cool-looking fungus as well. LOL.

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