August 14, 2010

More strange mushrooms.

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P1020038
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Found in Chequamegon National Forest.

10 comments:

JAL said...

Glad you featured those tiny orange red ones.

Is Meade a shroomer? Did you have a little book with you to identify them? Or were you going to use your pictures when you back to the mac?

JAL said...

BTW -- Seven Machos got an Instalanche.

Irene said...

Venice grants a license to its first female gondolier!

This news is only tangential to the mushroom theme of this post. The gondoliera's surname is, however, "Boscolo," which derives from the Italian word for forest, "bosco."

*sweet*

Methadras said...

Mushrooms are awesome. I love them in my udon, shitake to be exact. That isn't however to say that the awesomeness of fungi in general is a very very cool thing. If I remember right, the biggest organism in the world is fungi. I just forget where. I'll have to look it up.

rhhardin said...

Flora of Chernobyl.

edutcher said...

JAL said...

Glad you featured those tiny orange red ones.

I thought they were golf tees.

Irene said...

Venice grants a license to its first female gondolier!

This news is only tangential to the mushroom theme of this post. The gondoliera's surname is, however, "Boscolo," which derives from the Italian word for forest, "bosco."

*sweet*


Thank you for using the feminine, 'gondoliera'. One of the worst manifestations of feminism is unisex nouns (Meryl Streep is an 'actor'? - Nope, don't think so).

Women should be proud of being women.

dbp said...

The white ones that look like coral are edible and pretty good tasting.

DADvocate said...

I love mushrooms, because I'm such a fun guy.

c3 said...

Fun with fungus

Bob said...

The first one is Cantharellus cinnabarinus.The second one is a coral fungus (Clavariaceae), but there are many similar species and I don't know which one this is.