Species list entered by Richard Jacob. Identified by Jim Tunney, John Plischke III and Scott Pavelle.

List of species brought into October’s meeting:
[icon style=”camera”] Agrocybe arvalis (),
[icon style=”camera”] Aleuria aurantia (Orange Peel Fungus),
[icon style=”camera”] Amanita muscaria var. guessowii (Fly Agaric),
[icon style=”camera”] Armillaria mellea (Honey Mushroom),
[icon style=”camera”] Clavariadelphus truncatus (Flat Topped Coral),
[icon style=”camera”] Clitocybe clavipes (Fat-footed Clitocybe),
[icon style=”camera”] Clitocybe nuda (),
[icon style=”camera”] Cortinarius caperatus (),
[icon style=”camera”] Entoloma abortivum (Aborted Entoloma),
[icon style=”camera”] Galerina marginata (Deadly Galerina),
[icon style=”camera”] Ganoderma lucidum (Ling Chi),
[icon style=”camera”] Grifola frondosa (Hen of the Woods / Sheep Head),
[icon style=”camera”] Hebeloma crustuliniforme (Poison Pie),
[icon style=”camera”] Heteroporus biennis (),
[icon style=”camera”] Inonotus tomentosus (),
[icon style=”camera”] Ischnoderma resinosum (),
[icon style=”camera”] Laetiporus sulphureus (Chicken Mushroom; Sulphur Shelf),
[icon style=”camera”] Laetiporus sulphureus (Wolf’s Milk Slime),
[icon style=”camera”] Lycoperdon pyriforme (Pear-shaped Puffball),
[icon style=”camera”] Naematoloma sublateritium (Brick Tops),
[icon style=”camera”] Omphalotus illudens (Jack-o’-lantern),
[icon style=”camera”] Phallus ravenelii (),
[icon style=”camera”] Pholiota aurivella (),
[icon style=”camera”] Sparassis americana (),
[icon style=”camera”] Stereum ostrea (False Turkey-tail),
[icon style=”camera”] Suillus brevipes (),
[icon style=”camera”] Suillus granulatus (Dotted-stalk Suillus; Granulated Slippery Jack),
[icon style=”camera”] Trametes elegans ()
[icon style=”camera”] Tricholoma aurantiacum (),

We also found members of the following families that were not identified on the night:
Pholiota sp
Laccaria ap
Gymnopus sp
Mycene sp

Quite a range of species for this meeting, due to the unseasonably warm weather, quite a few of which are not normally observed by the club. The stink horns were found right outside the meeting room! Jim Tunney brought in his cultured Grifola frondosa that was just starting to fruit from its converted 1 gallon milk jug. The culture was grown from a sample collected last year.