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Recent Fungi throughout ANT Village, and Wheaton Labs... Photos !

 
Shauns Webbers
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Hey Permies
Here are a bunch of photos of lots of fresh fungi in the ant village , in and around wheaton labs. Got to go on an Epic Mushroom walk with Fred we discovered a bunch, there was tons of rain during my visit, which put of Fruiting bodies all over the place...! Even got to forage and eat a few amazing mushrooms like the the Shaggy mane , oh man so good !   
     Hey thanks for looking - Enjoy !
  -Shaun

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5245 Shaggy Manes-eat quick before they turn into black ink.

5306 Orange peel fungus.
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Ooooo!  I wonder how that orange peel fungus would work as a fiber dye.  Anyone know?  Thanks.
 
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John Saltveit wrote:5245 Shaggy Manes-eat quick before they turn into black ink.

5306 Orange peel fungus.
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Ahh yes the shaggy turn super fast ! I saw some next to the fresh ones that were full ink mode.  I think I ate them about 2 hours after harvesting super fresh, so good I made this dish over a little rocket stove with some Japanese Somen noodles, Vegeta seasoning, Shaggy manes, top with some fresh sheep sorrel ... I didn't get a chance to try the Orange Peel cup fungus ,
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Mane + Sheep Sorrell
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Noodles Dish !
 
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Marla Kacey wrote:Ooooo!  I wonder how that orange peel fungus would work as a fiber dye.  Anyone know?  Thanks.


Hm not sure as a dye? I know they are edible... They do have a super pretty color though !!!
 
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Sheep sorrel is also a part of the famous anti-cancer tea Essiac.  Eat the Weeds!
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Thank you for the beautiful photos and interesting information! So you call those 'shaggy mane'. Here they have a name meaning (translated) 'ink mushroom'. Yes, they are the best edible wild mushrooms. They are easy to recognise. There are no dangerous mushrooms looking alike. There are plenty of them. And they have a nice taste.
 
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John Saltveit wrote:5245 Shaggy Manes-eat quick before they turn into black ink.

5306 Orange peel fungus.
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I thought 5245 are young Macrolepiota procera - parasol mushrooms?
 
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They look like shaggy manes to me.
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yeah, they are missing the movable ring on their stems. Sry, the pictures brought back childhood memories of our hunts for parasol mushrooms under the piles of stored wood in the nearby furniture factory, they were delish with scrambled eggs and some green onions
 
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