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Fungi in Haworth
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  1. GetJiggy8:58
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Blimey, just noticed I have posted 20 pics over the years! Lol. Not done any for a long time though :)


Thanks for comments :) only second time I have published pics I think :)


That is/was, lol a parasol :)


Hello, Picksycap, and thank you for this puzzle. I think I recognize some of them, but what is the very large one in the back? Sherry


My favourite Fungi is Chicken of the Woods (Sulphur Polypore) Cauliflower Fungi (Sparassis Crispa) and Giant Puffball (Calvatia Gigantea) Not sure about Canada fungi, as I am in Haworth, (home of the Bronte Sisters) West Yorkshire, UK. But good luck in your foraging :)


I would suggest getting some good guide books and find out any groups in your area who are enthusiasts :) I learned from childhood, by myself, and studied hundreds of books and later on internet sites. I am still an amateur mycologist but it is a good healthy hobby :) best not to pick any for eating until you feel well informed, and only pick for identification if in abundance. I love nothing better than wandering woods/meadows etc with my camera phone & books. :)

I wish I knew what to pick. We have several varieties growing in the forest out our back door but with my luck, I would pick the poisoned ones. That said, my mother-in-law showed me some bright orange ones that grow around the Banff Springs golf course in the fall. They turn blue when you cut them. Interesting mushrooms !

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