A number of edible mushrooms brought in at this months meeting including Morels, Chicken of the woods and Dryad’s saddle. We are also starting to see quite a few gilled mushrooms as the weather starts to warm up. Below are pictures from the cultivation event and slides by Rebecca Miller with instructions for the kits.
Species list entered by Richard Jacob. Species identified by club identifiers.
List of species found on the walk at May meeting:
(Horse Mushroom), Agaricus arvensis
(Hard Agrocybe, cracked Agrocybe), Agrocybe molesta
(Mayapple Rust), Allodus podophylli
(Egg Yolk), Bolbitius titubans
(Wooly Stalked Coprinus), Coprinus lagopus
(Veined Cup), Disciotis venosa
(Artist’s Conk), Ganoderma applanatum
(Weeping widow), Lacrymaria velutina
(Chicken Mushroom; Sulphur Shelf), Laetiporus sulphureus
(Platterful Mushroom), Megacollybia rodmani
(), Morchella americana
(), Morchella diminutiva
(Hexagonal-pored Polypore), Neofavolus alveolaris
(), Pleurotus populinus
(Deer mushroom), Pluteus cervinus
(Dryad’s Saddle, Pheasant Polypore), Polyporus squamosus
(Psilocybe Ovoid), Psilocybe ovoideocystidiata
(Turkey-tail) Trametes versicolor
Below are pictures from the cultivation event taken by Kristine Murawski and slides by Rebecca Miller with instructions for the kits.