PESO: mushroom season

Henk Terhell hterhell at chello.nl
Thu Sep 17 17:27:22 EDT 2020


Thanks Igor.
I haven't yet seen the armillaria (honey fungus) this season. Last year 
I saw these in October -  they are also nice photo subjects.

Henk

Op 2020-09-17 om 19:26 schreef Igor PDML-StR:
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> That's a very attractive photo, especially at a higher(tighter) zoom 
> level, where you can see every detail, as a few people have pointed 
> out already.
> The glow is a nice touch!
>
> Despite being avid mushroom gatherers (and eaters), we've never gathered
> any of this type. Of all the mushrooms growing on trees and stumps, we 
> only gathered Armillaria - which we liked a lot! Those are tasty and 
> easy to handle, as they are almost never damaged by larva ("worms").
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> (Fun fact: in Russian, sulphur shelf/sulphur polypore mushrooms are 
> called "trutoviki", which shares the word root with "truten'" - drone 
> bee; this root means "parasite". These mushrooms are sometimes 
> regarded as "sanitarians of forests" that help keeping the forests 
> healthy, but seen as "pests" in personal gardens, as they ensure a 
> quick death of your favorite fruit tree.)
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> Igor
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> ann sanfedele Thu, 17 Sep 2020 03:45:42 -0700 wrote:
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> That is such a lovely photo.. I've eaten them and they are delicious - 
> one of the few I felt confident enough to gather.   I bet it was not 
> long before those were cut down... commonly called sulphur shelf here.
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> ann
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> On 9/17/2020 3:25 AM, Henk Terhell wrote:
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>     Autumn is still very sunny here in western Europe so mushrooms are 
> only slowly popping up.
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>     Here a more resilient type, sulphur polypore on a dead tree.
>     You can eat these but I rather stick to carrots.
>     https://flic.kr/p/2jGPDWM
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>     Henk
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