Tag Archives: fungus
As I was looking around the North Quabbin woods this past Saturday I saw this mushroom standing out in the darkness. This is a Crown-tipped Coral-Artomyces pyxidatus. Sometimes walking our dog results in finding something as well, in this case … Continue reading
I don’t forage, so these had nothing to fear from me and I wasn’t going to deprive all those spores of their destinies. But there are a few mushrooms that are unmistakable even to a layperson like me. This is … Continue reading
A few days ago, while looking for some small orchids in North Quabbin, I came across this rotting pine stump covered with tiny mushrooms. It’s just an iPhone shot and didn’t get all the color as you’ll see. I went … Continue reading
This past Sunday I visited Bear’s Den to see how the waterfall was doing. It was doing very well. Lots and lots of water. (I posted a tannin colored cascade from here the other day) And there was also an … Continue reading
What luck. Yesterday I had a quick drapery rod installation for a store customer. As I unloaded my tools and said rod entering through the garage, I noticed a motherlode of Black Trumpet mushrooms along the front sidewalk. The customer … Continue reading
The Blusher (Amanita rubescens) is variable in appearance. Supposedly edible if properly prepared (like a pufferfish), but as I suggest in the title, I wouldn’t take a chance on any Amanita.
Lots of good April Fool’s stuff going around, but that’s not in my wheelhouse, as they say, so I’ll just post something more summery on this snowy, slushy April 1st. Turbinellus kauffmanii fka Gomphus kauffmanii fka Cantharellus kauffmanii-Kauffman’s Scaly Chantarelle … Continue reading