Glass Gars Guns Garden
- Aug 27, 2017
- North East Tennessee
Definitely looks like it, but I'd take spore prints and check an ID key to be sure.Turns out, I think that last mushroom I posted was a hen. I went back and some sort of white mold had over taken it. Lame. Anyways, I've got another for you to ID for me @Glassman
I think they're honey, but honey's have a ton of look a likes so I'd like your thoughts. View attachment 124239 View attachment 124240 View attachment 124241 View attachment 124242
The fact that the flesh bruised yellow makes me think they're the real deal. I found them by running them over with my lawn mower.
Oh wow. That's cool. Not familiar with laccaria. But theres been a lot of nemenclature changes the last few decades.Ok. I've got another one got you @Glassman
Where I was 90% sure I had honeys yesterday, I have no idea what this is. The cap reminded me of a pretzel bun in texture and color. Flesh stains purple when cut. No veil. No idea. View attachment 124295 View attachment 124296 View attachment 124297 Best guess from my national Audubon society field guide is purple gilled laccaria. But that's just a guess. Any idea?
Nibbles usually don't hurt, it's swallowing that can mess you over...Yes please. It smells awesome. I really want to take a nibble. I also crushed many of these with the mower in my wooded lawn.
Definitely not elderberry, or the other. That's not a compound leaf.Having trouble i.d. ing these elderberries? They're either berries. Toxic dogwood if uncooked for poisonous hemlock. Any clue? I have a mess of them but won't eat till a good i.d. is made ugh
I agree on the wild grapes. I have lots of those on the fence row at my farm.Having trouble i.d. ing these elderberries? They're either berries. Toxic dogwood if uncooked for poisonous hemlock. Any clue? I have a mess of them but won't eat till a good i.d. is made ugh
It's a really nice harvest of wild grapes.I went back and looked and indeed I believe they are wild grapes. The vines were entwined in the tree that was fooling me.