Who: Eddee (eddeeee)
This is one of the more oddest finds I have come up with to date. I have to say that the Plum orchard lake area seem to abound with so many different Mycological features. Its is very diverse. This was Growing in a Clump in the middle of a very old not used anymore Logging road. These fruiting bodies all come from an underground tuber or mass. IT was found Growing under Hemlock which where growing on both sides of the road. Taste sweet mild. Wondering if any one has ever tried to eat it. It seems worthy of cautious experimentation.
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The flesh is more like a moral. There is not very much info out there for this species.
and they grow from sclerotia. but eating them? good luck with that!
I’ve always wanted to find those! Is the flesh rubbery like a wood-ear or brittle like a morel? They look like they might have some culinary potential. However, Arora notes that some closely related species have been found to contain Monomethylhydrazine.
Created: 2009-06-21 17:29:29 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2010-12-21 17:32:00 PST (-0800)
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