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MushroomExpert says this species occurs rarely on conifer wood. So that’s an interesting find of yours last year.
Proximity to a water source may be more or less an advantage depending upon the type of weather during a given season. Lots of rain keeps a wet area too wet for fungi, but in a dry period wet areas encourage mushrooms. I think this tendency is most evident with saprobic fungi.
I found this one last year on some sort of conifer, either spruce or hemlock. It was right along a creek. 178030
Thanks, my few finds down here have not been directly at a water source but there has been a stream close by. Wondering if a common theme or not.
fairly damp area, but elevated above the main stream. I think this was on beech. I usually find this type mushroom on beech.
Yes, an excellent edible that requires no special preparation. Just toss chunks into a stir-fry or a casserole of baked cod or some other fish.
… and probably delicious
any idea what kind of tree you found this on? I have found a few in Georgia and want to start building a list of common trees. Also anything particular about the environment? Water source nearby?
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