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Turkey Tail Mushroom, Its Look-Alikes, & Medicinal Benefits with Adam Haritan

Published on Oct 15, 2016


Turkey tail (Trametes versicolor) is a frequently encountered medicinal mushroom that typically inhabits deciduous logs, stumps, sticks, and snags. This species is not difficult to locate, though several fungi visually resemble turkey tail — including the false turkey tail (Stereum ostrea) and violet toothed polypore (Trichaptum biforme).


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Mushrooms are sneaky
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MycoKey Mushroom Identifier


[link to www.mycokey.com]
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This is a great Site for mushroom information... not only online but he gives recommended books and DVDs... and a place to buy them for more reasonable costs than you may find elsewhere.....


The BASICS of MUSHROOM IDENTIFICATION

[link to americanmushrooms.com]
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Chanterelle & Jack O'Lantern — Mushroom ID

Published on Aug 2, 2018


Chanterelles (Cantharellus sp.) are edible, while Jack O'Lanterns (Omphalotus sp.) are toxic. In this video, we explore the differences and similarities between these two groups of fungi!




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We call them "foxies", one of my favorites and the rarest in our woods.
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Chanterelle & Jack O'Lantern — Mushroom ID

Published on Aug 2, 2018


Chanterelles (Cantharellus sp.) are edible, while Jack O'Lanterns (Omphalotus sp.) are toxic. In this video, we explore the differences and similarities between these two groups of fungi!




 Quoting: Truth02



We call them "foxies", one of my favorites and the rarest in our woods.
 Quoting: Yanez


Chanterelle mushrooms with wild mountain trout is a feast fit for a king. The flavors are unbelievable.

But chanterelles are mysterious and cannot be cultivated.
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Here is what I know about Mushrooms...

Very few are deadly poisonous. Therefore learn to identify the deadly mushrooms FIRST...

There are some "Look-A-Like" Mushrooms to the deadly ones, learn to identify those second...!

Most mushrooms are edible, but many are not very palatable, or may cause some indigestion, but not death.

If you are uncertain of the edible Mushroom type...

1. Break-Off a small portion and ingest it...
2. Wait 24 hours...
3 Double the portion...
4. Wait 24 hours...
5. Double the portion again...
6. Wait 24 hours...

Keep a sample available for examination...

Remember - Learn to positively identify the Deadly Poisonous Mushrooms, they are few in number, and easy to learn their identification...

You will find that most of the Psychoactive or "Magic Mushrooms" are identified as poisonous, but they are not deadly.
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Here is what I know about Mushrooms...

Very few are deadly poisonous. Therefore learn to identify the deadly mushrooms FIRST...

There are some "Look-A-Like" Mushrooms to the deadly ones, learn to identify those second...!

Most mushrooms are edible, but many are not very palatable, or may cause some indigestion, but not death.

If you are uncertain of the edible Mushroom type...

1. Break-Off a small portion and ingest it...
2. Wait 24 hours...
3 Double the portion...
4. Wait 24 hours...
5. Double the portion again...
6. Wait 24 hours...

Keep a sample available for examination...

Remember - Learn to positively identify the Deadly Poisonous Mushrooms, they are few in number, and easy to learn their identification...

You will find that most of the Psychoactive or "Magic Mushrooms" are identified as poisonous, but they are not deadly.
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 Quoting: Blunt Force Trauma


Sooo


It was prolly not a good idea to just start eating things I found growing on these stumps huh? FML!
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Mushrooms are sneaky
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Here's one story about how sneaky they can be.

A couple of years ago I read about an entire family that was fatally poisoned by the mushrooms they had picked and eaten in Mexico. But the kicker is, as far as they could tell, they had not picked the wrong species by mistake. For some reason, those Mexican mushrooms at that time had chosen to be poisonous.
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Let's Hunt Morel Mushrooms!

Published on May 29, 2018


Morel mushrooms (genus Morchella) are among the most alluring and widely recognized wild edible fungi intensively collected by mushroom hunters. In this video, I share with you a few encounters I had with these elusive fungi over the course of a few weeks.




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I love these mushrooms! They are my favorite.
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Black Trumpet Mushroom ID, Hunting Tips, & Look-Alikes

Published on Jul 20, 2017


The Black Trumpet (Craterellus fallax) is a choice edible mushroom found throughout the summer months in Eastern North America. Learn almost everything you'd ever want to know in this video!



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The Mushroom That Tastes Like Garlic

Published on Jul 5, 2018


Meet the garlic mushroom (Mycetinis scorodonius) — a wild, edible fungus that smells and tastes like garlic!



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Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) Identification with Adam Haritan

Published on Dec 22, 2015


The oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) is a choice edible mushroom that's fairly easy to identify. Still, I thought I'd share a few tips on how to accurately identify this beautiful fungus after discovering a small cluster at Hartwood Acres in Western Pennsylvania. Enjoy!



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Birch Polypore — Mushroom Identification & Medicinal Benefits with Adam Haritan

Published on Dec 12, 2016


The birch polypore (Fomitopsis betulina, Piptoporus betulinus) is a mushroom whose use by humans dates back at least 5,300 years. Since then, this species has been utilized as a food, medicine, styptic, polisher, razor strop, fire transporter, and more. In this video, we take a look at identifying features, as well as its impressive medicinal profile.



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Thanks for all the info
Learn something new each day
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Chanterelle & Jack O'Lantern — Mushroom ID

Published on Aug 2, 2018


Chanterelles (Cantharellus sp.) are edible, while Jack O'Lanterns (Omphalotus sp.) are toxic. In this video, we explore the differences and similarities between these two groups of fungi!




 Quoting: Truth02



We call them "foxies", one of my favorites and the rarest in our woods.
 Quoting: Yanez


That's interesting.

Thanks for sharing!
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Thanks for all the info
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You are welcome!

I think that Adam, in most of the videos, does a great job and is quite informative.

Just about every state has a Mushroom Club or organization that shares information and goes on mushroom hunts... a great way to learn....

Here is a list:

[link to www.mushroomfarm.com]

and

[link to www.namyco.org (secure)]



I am sure that other countries have theirs as well...

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Chanterelle & Jack O'Lantern — Mushroom ID

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Chanterelles (Cantharellus sp.) are edible, while Jack O'Lanterns (Omphalotus sp.) are toxic. In this video, we explore the differences and similarities between these two groups of fungi!




 Quoting: Truth02



We call them "foxies", one of my favorites and the rarest in our woods.
 Quoting: Yanez


That's interesting.

Thanks for sharing!
 Quoting: Truth02


You know, I learned from this thread America got pretty much same mushrooms as European flora. I expected there'd be same exotic, native American mushroom types out there. I'm sure they exist the place is big.
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Let's Hunt Morel Mushrooms!

Published on May 29, 2018


Morel mushrooms (genus Morchella) are among the most alluring and widely recognized wild edible fungi intensively collected by mushroom hunters. In this video, I share with you a few encounters I had with these elusive fungi over the course of a few weeks.




 Quoting: Truth02


I love these mushrooms! They are my favorite.
 Quoting: Apollonian


Glad to hear from someone with some experience...
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Chanterelle & Jack O'Lantern — Mushroom ID

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Chanterelles (Cantharellus sp.) are edible, while Jack O'Lanterns (Omphalotus sp.) are toxic. In this video, we explore the differences and similarities between these two groups of fungi!




 Quoting: Truth02



We call them "foxies", one of my favorites and the rarest in our woods.
 Quoting: Yanez


That's interesting.

Thanks for sharing!
 Quoting: Truth02


You know, I learned from this thread America got pretty much same mushrooms as European flora. I expected there'd be same exotic, native American mushroom types out there. I'm sure they exist the place is big.
 Quoting: Yanez


That is interesting...


And just like other plants and wild edibles, there are many similar mushrooms around the world... maybe with slight differences.

Nice to hear this perspective!!
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Chanterelle & Jack O'Lantern — Mushroom ID

Published on Aug 2, 2018


Chanterelles (Cantharellus sp.) are edible, while Jack O'Lanterns (Omphalotus sp.) are toxic. In this video, we explore the differences and similarities between these two groups of fungi!




 Quoting: Truth02



We call them "foxies", one of my favorites and the rarest in our woods.
 Quoting: Yanez


That's interesting.

Thanks for sharing!
 Quoting: Truth02


You know, I learned from this thread America got pretty much same mushrooms as European flora. I expected there'd be same exotic, native American mushroom types out there. I'm sure they exist the place is big.
 Quoting: Yanez


We don't have truffles as far as I know.
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Beautiful pictures on this Site:

[link to www.mnn.com (secure)]


Excerpt:

More than 70 species of bioluminescent mushrooms exist on Earth, and though some may be drab during the daytime, all are mesmerizing at night. Take a look at some of the most supernatural of nature's night lights....



Bioluminescent Mushrooms from Spirits of the Forest



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Now that I know where all of the interesting mushrooms are growing in my patch of woods, I will be going out at night with a flashlight. How fascinating and exciting! I had no idea. Thank you for sharing those videos.
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Earlier this year, we stopped by a pond.
It was beautiful.

There were mushrooms growing all over the place.
I picked a huge amount , put them in a napkin.

When I got home, I was going to do the paper test,
I pulled the cap off and there were worms inside the gills
Thousands of tiny wriggly worms, looked like a fucking alien

I screamed threw them all away.
I can't even eat a real mushroom now.
So turned off.

The best mushrooms I had were called philosifer
That was in Amsterdam million years ago.

Never will I eat a mushroom again
Magic or not.
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[link to youtu.be (secure)]

Do you know about any of these mushrooms.
 Quoting: Wild Edibles


I’m going to buy a book, which one is best for Texas ?
 Quoting: Wild Edibles


Well... here is a Field Guide. One should have several books on identification on hand... Amazon.com has many and one can read the reviews on them....

[link to books.google.com (secure)]

Excerpt:


"Mushrooms in Texas?

Yes, it's true. One of the best-kept secrets in the Lone Star state is that mushrooms can be found in almost every region. Thousands of species of mushrooms flourish in Texas from the desert and semiarid regions of West Texas to the moist and acid soils of East Texas, where species that can also be found in South America live alongside those that might be spotted in Malaysia and Europe..."

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Earlier this year, we stopped by a pond.
It was beautiful.

There were mushrooms growing all over the place.
I picked a huge amount , put them in a napkin.

When I got home, I was going to do the paper test,
I pulled the cap off and there were worms inside the gills
Thousands of tiny wriggly worms, looked like a fucking alien

I screamed threw them all away.
I can't even eat a real mushroom now.
So turned off.

The best mushrooms I had were called philosifer
That was in Amsterdam million years ago.

Never will I eat a mushroom again
Magic or not.
 Quoting: ashez


Most of the mushroom "fruits" are very short lived. They quickly decay and break down, inviting insects to participate in their destruction (like any other plant).

That is why one should learn about them and pick only what they know.. in it's season.
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Now that I know where all of the interesting mushrooms are growing in my patch of woods, I will be going out at night with a flashlight. How fascinating and exciting! I had no idea. Thank you for sharing those videos.
 Quoting: akasuzanne


You are welcome!! Don't eat any until you FULLY identify them from any look a likes....
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Earlier this year, we stopped by a pond.
It was beautiful.

There were mushrooms growing all over the place.
I picked a huge amount , put them in a napkin.

When I got home, I was going to do the paper test,
I pulled the cap off and there were worms inside the gills
Thousands of tiny wriggly worms, looked like a fucking alien

I screamed threw them all away.
I can't even eat a real mushroom now.
So turned off.

The best mushrooms I had were called philosifer
That was in Amsterdam million years ago.

Never will I eat a mushroom again
Magic or not.
 Quoting: ashez


Most of the mushroom "fruits" are very short lived. They quickly decay and break down, inviting insects to participate in their destruction (like any other plant).

That is why one should learn about them and pick only what they know.. in it's season.
 Quoting: Truth02


A mushroom isn't even close to being a plant.

You probably know this.

I think they're actually closer related to animals than to plants.
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A mushroom isn't even close to being a plant.

You probably know this.

I think they're actually closer related to animals than to plants.
 Quoting: Truth02


Personally, I believe that Mycology/Mushrooms are in a class by themselves. But everything does work symbiotically with other life forms.. in one way or another.

It was always classified as Botany, which is the study of plants. But, as usual, someone wanted to play with the definition:


[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Excerpt:

"Historically, mycology was a branch of botany because, although fungi are evolutionarily more closely related to animals than to plants, this was not recognized until a few decades ago. "

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I know enough about mushrooms in the woods to know not eat mushrooms in the woods.

I've read that even some "mushroom experts" end up killing themselves by mistakenly consuming what they thought were edible mushrooms.
 Quoting: tcs


Locals say morels have no poisonous doppelgangers so morels are all they eat wild.

I've thought about buying spores to grow on fallen trees. I suppose there is a small chance of a volunteer getting lost in the crowd.
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