Week_9B___Edible__wild - Shaggy manes are often in new (2-4...

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   March 26 Edible, Wild     Mushrooms       
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Wild mushrooms for sale - 1993 10,400 collectors 4,000,000 pounds collected $41,000,000 = conservative estimate of value
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Organized  mushroom hunts or festivals are good places to start if  you are just becoming a  MYCOPHILE. Many big cities have mushroom clubs 
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Fruits of a typical foray.
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Black Morel Morchella angusticeps      White morel Morchella esculenta
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…and they seem to fruit beneath recently killed elms.
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WOW!!! But no matter   when you find them, it’s 
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Morels do come up in quantity after forest fires
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False Morels - Gyromitra spp., toxic to some people because  of accumulated monomethylhydrazine 
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Meadow Mushroom, safe for most, related to  Commercial button mushrooms
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Meadow mushrooms often fruit in fairy     rings on lawns
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Deadly poisonous !!!
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Unformatted text preview: Shaggy manes are often in new (2-4 yr old) lawns, less often in woods. Coprinus micaceus The mica cap Chanterelles Cantharellus cibarius Milk Mushrooms Lactarius spp. Oyster mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus Armillaria ostoyae Armillaria mellea The honey mushrooms Armillaria also kills trees! Boletes, Ceps, Porcinis Boletus edulis Boletes have tubes instead of gills. The lobster mushroom - the orange coating Is a sac-fungus parasitizing a mushroom. Even giant puffballs can grow in fairy rings! Calvatia gigantea Chicken-of-the-Woods Laetiporus sulfureus Hydnum erinaceous One of many fungi with teeth instead of gills. Wood ear, tree ear Auricularia auricula Clavicorona pyxidata Craterellus fallax...
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2009 for the course PLPA 2010 taught by Professor Hudler during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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