We had twelve people and only spent 1 hour in the woods, but we came out with an interesting haul. Notable is a rust on jewelweed new to even Club Mycologist John Plischke III and a large rare Xerula (rooted collybia) noted for its brown gill edges and brown staining.
We all got a late start due to a series of accidents which closed down I79 in both directions, so we reduced our time in the woods.

Club Mycologist La Monte Yarroll gave a half hour introduction to mushrooms with an emphasis on collecting for the table. The books he recommended are Start Mushrooming: The Easiest Way to Start Collecting 6 Edible Mushrooms , National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms, and Mushrooms of Northeast North America: Midwest to New England .

Species list entered by La Monte H.P. Yarroll.

List of species found on the walk at Talk and Walk with Stonefruit Community Herbalists:
Chlorencoelia versiformis (),
Coprinellus micaceus (Mica Cap),
Crepidotus mollis (Jelly Crep/Soft Stumpfoot),
Dasyscyphus virgineus (Stalked Hairy Fairy Cup),
Ganoderma applanatum (Artist’s Conk),
Hymenochaete tabacina (Northern Brown Crust),
Lycogala epidendrum (Wolf’s Milk Slime),
Marasmius rotula (Pinwheel Marasmius),
Megacollybia rodmani (Platterful Mushroom),
Mutinus elegans (Elegant Stinkhorn),
Mycena atkinsoniana (),
Peniophora cinerea (Grey Paint Crust),
Polyporus squamosus (Dryad’s Saddle, Pheasant Polypore),
Polyporus varius (),
Psathyrella candolleana (),
Psathyrella rugocephala (),
Scutellinia subhirtella (Orange Eyelash Cup),
Stemonitis splendens (Chocolate Tube Slime),
Suillus grevillei (Larch Suillus),
Trametes elegans (),
Trametes versicolor (Turkey-tail),
Trichaptum biforme (Violet Toothed-Polypore),
Tyromyces chioneus (White Cheese Polypore),
Xerula rubrobrunnescens (),
Xylaria cornu-damae (),
Xylaria longipes ()

Species not currently on clubs life list:
Puccinia recondita (Leaf Rust of Rye) – found on jewelweed