the season have started

in Fungi Lovers5 months ago (edited)

Hola, setero! The season in the Northern Hemishpere have started, the variety of mushrooms are all around, including the edible ones. Here are some teasers for you -- stop sitting at home, go to the forest and find something! Or at least feed the hungry moskitos, they are waiting you for so long!





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Time to say good bye. Next time! I wish you good luck --

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The second one from the bottom reminds me of chantrelle characteristics. Maybe its one of the smaller yellow foot chantrelle species. The top one reminds me of Berkeley's polypore.

the top one is the most intresting to identify. I will check what you mentioned, and will post more photos.

the -1 from the bottom: I was considering it may be one of Cortinarius but the leg is too thin... not sure what is that. it was very fragile and tiny.

#2 -- Dryad saddle,
#3 -- Leccinus (one of the family)
intresting to get IDs for the #4-5?.. @sketch.and.jam

I thought that the -1 from the bottom might be a young craterellus tubaeformis aka yellowfoot chantrelle

but the veins and the coloring look a bit different unless it's a really young one...

I have no clue what 4-5 are, some kind of polypore since they have no gills. Closest thing I could find is the Spring polypore

no, its not chantrelle -- have a look at the cap:


it was pale pink...

Interesting... The veins are pretty unique looking I wonder what in the world they are.