When: 2008-11-13

Collection location: Homerville, Ohio, USA [Click for map]

Who: RichardH

No specimen available


[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:01:15 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Homerville ohio, Medina county USA’ to ‘Homerville, Ohio, USA’

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55% (6)
Recognized by sight: good edible
68% (3)
Recognized by sight: They look like typical white oysters from Ohio. I’m still a little shaky on Oyster mushroom ID’s, but I suspect these mushrooms are the same that I posted here.

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A total misunderstanding
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2008-11-14 06:46:25 PST (-0800)

If you read more carefully, you’ll understand what I said: I couldn’t imagine you cutting down a tree for the mushrooms – that’s the reason why I suspected a log with a cultivated species. Who’s shooting?

I agree not pleurotus ostreatus
By: RichardH
2008-11-14 06:21:43 PST (-0800)

Your comments are out of line. I thought this was a educational site to help people ID mushrooms and learn.For your information this was found on a peice of fire wood and i would not cut down a tree to get a picture. Befor you take shots at someone KNOW YOU FAXS. I will find a more freindly site.

I agree with Debbie
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2008-11-14 00:55:30 PST (-0800)

You don’t cut down a tree to get a nice photo at home of an oyster, do you?
What comes to my mind, is an inoculated log with some cultivated strain of oysters – could be just about anything, then… The one who did it, should know.

I dunno…that’s awful white for ostreatus…
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2008-11-13 19:13:46 PST (-0800)

but kinda big for individual fruit bodies for pleurocybella….