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What

Two-colored Bolete (Baorangia bicolor)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2023

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Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2023

Description

Possibly c. minor, but these are an intense orange color. Found under oak

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What

Crown-tipped Coral Fungus (Artomyces pyxidatus)

Observer

madstringer

Date

June 2023

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What

Mes-2 (Morchella diminutiva)

Observer

madstringer

Date

April 2023

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What

Yellow Brain (Tremella mesenterica)

Observer

madstringer

Date

January 2023

Description

Found on decaying pine tree log

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What

American Yellow Fly Agaric (Amanita muscaria var. guessowii)

Observer

madstringer

Description

Found on the root systems of eastern white pine

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What

Aborted Entoloma (Entoloma abortivum)

Observer

madstringer

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What

Butterball (Suillus weaverae)

Observer

madstringer

Date

August 2022

Description

Found under eastern white pine

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What

Painted Suillus (Suillus spraguei)

Observer

madstringer

Date

August 2022

Description

Found under eastern white pine

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What

Chicken Fat Mushroom (Suillus americanus)

Observer

madstringer

Date

August 2022

Description

Found under eastern white pine

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Observer

madstringer

Date

August 2022

Description

Small, maybe 1-2” diameter caps
No staining on cap, pores, or stem.
White reticulation at the top of the stem (used a jeweler’s loupe for the pic)
Mild and good tasting
Found under oak
Soft, velvety dry cap
Ammonia stains purple on cap and stipe

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What

Small Chanterelle (Cantharellus minor)

Observer

madstringer

Date

August 2022

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What

Appalachian Chanterelle (Cantharellus appalachiensis)

Observer

madstringer

Date

August 2022

Description

Found on a hillside in mixed deciduous woods

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Observer

madstringer

Date

August 2022

Description

Shallow yellow pores bruise blue: whitish cap flesh does not bruise, neither does stipe except at bottom - note the red bug trails in stipe. Turn orange when cooked

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What

Butterball (Suillus weaverae)

Observer

madstringer

Date

August 2022

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What

Wrinkled Bolete (Leccinellum rugosiceps)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2022

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What

Smooth Chanterelle (Cantharellus lateritius)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2022

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What

Small Chanterelle (Cantharellus minor)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2022

Description

Found in a wet mossy area in the forest

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What

Chicken of the Woods (Laetiporus sulphureus)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2022

Description

Found growing out of a young maple.

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What

Frost's Bolete (Exsudoporus frostii)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2022

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What

Crown-tipped Coral Fungus (Artomyces pyxidatus)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2022

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What

Wrinkled Psathyrella (Typhrasa gossypina)

Observer

madstringer

Date

June 2023

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What

Butterball (Suillus weaverae)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2023

Description

Found under eastern white pine

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What

Appalachian Chanterelle (Cantharellus appalachiensis)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2023

Description

Found under oak

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What

Two-colored Bolete (Baorangia bicolor)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2023

Photos / Sounds

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2023

Description

Found in mixed hardwoods and hemlock. Taste is mild, pores and stipe blue quickly

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What

Ornate-stalked Bolete (Retiboletus ornatipes)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2023

Description

Found in mixed hardwoods and hemlocks

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What

Bay Bolete (Imleria badia)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2023

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Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2023

Description

Found under mixed hardwoods

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What

Lurid Bolete (Suillellus luridus)

Observer

madstringer

Date

July 2022

Description

Found between two black oaks and a small white spruce, pleasant taste, unremarkable smell. Pores and stem blue; base turns red when cut. Note the reticulation and color at the top of the stem.