Notes: Normally I post only those mushrooms that I find unusual or ones that I am working on their ID, but I thought I’d post this one just because it’s really pretty. Folks who joined us for the Ha Ha Tonka MOMS Foray in the Missouri Ozarks will particularly enjoy this one pictured at that event.
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here it is drying out again but in or near the mountains you can still find much stuff.
Can’t imagine a better cause for delay on a mushroom site; mycological meeting and college lesson for mushrooming. Sounds like you’re going strong Gerhard. ‘Bout the same here, we’ve had an extended foray last weekend and we’re presenting a program this weekend in our local State Park. Rain has just resumed here after nearly a month without any, so look out!
Sry for the long delay but I was at a mycological meeting and have just returned only to hold a two weeks college lesson for mushrooming again …
how do you do BTW ?
Glad to get your perspective from Austria (right?)
but seems to expand its kingdom and its frequency in the last years.
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