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    Quote Originally Posted by longpointer View Post
    I spotted the odd Shaggy Mane before this crappy weather hit but maybe on the weekend when it warms up they may pop up.
    There's been a lot of them pop up everyday this week. The rain and cooler temps brought them on like gangbusters...
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    Not sure what these are if anyone can give some feed back. I see a lot of mushrooms right now but hard to find any with out bugs 3E7241AF-CF4B-41E8-B021-1F68DD227286.jpg7CBFB527-1C10-4B0A-A455-8D779B27078E.jpg77B09C02-94FC-4751-A637-784D11DBC27F.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by ihunt View Post
    Not sure what these are if anyone can give some feed back. I see a lot of mushrooms right now but hard to find any with out bugs 3E7241AF-CF4B-41E8-B021-1F68DD227286.jpg7CBFB527-1C10-4B0A-A455-8D779B27078E.jpg77B09C02-94FC-4751-A637-784D11DBC27F.jpg
    don't worry about the bugs, a soak in salted water gets rid of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ihunt View Post
    Not sure what these are if anyone can give some feed back. I see a lot of mushrooms right now but hard to find any with out bugs
    The underside of a mushroom is just as important as the top side in terms of identification. From the pics you provided I don't recognize either as being part of the dozen or so wild mushrooms I regularly pick. I would either carefully research or avoid. https://mushroomexpert.com/major_groups.html is very helpful once you learn the terminology. They don't tell you if a mushroom is edible for liability reasons but they will help you positively identify what specific mushroom species you have and then you can look up edibility info for that specific species.
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    Ditto what Pioneer just said above. If I were you I would get myself a good book on mushrooms with detailed pictures and start by just identifying mushrooms and get familiar with the different families that they all belong too.

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    Was out for a grouse walk last night and found a patch of about a dozen yellow chantarelles. Unfortunately they were too old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneerfreq View Post
    Was out for a grouse walk last night and found a patch of about a dozen yellow chantarelles. Unfortunately they were too old.
    Yeah a little late in the season for them now i would say. Usually run into them in late August and September and just love them sautéed in butter and put on top of a steak.

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