Lentinellus ursinus, Taste is strongly acrid or peppery
Katie laughs "No way am I tasting this mushroom" (Lentinellus ursinus)
Gray Tree frog trying his best to blend in and keep warm
Madison and Samantha check out the fungus at the base of a tree while Katie checks out what's on the bark.
Dean readies his eyeloupe for a closer look
Some inkies around the base of a tree. This scene will be repeated next April.
Part of the crowd that showed up for our final scheduled foray. About half of the crowd was local, the other half were PSMC members.
Katie (center) lead the foray into her favorite woods. Here she is listening to Dave (he always has good stories to share).
Puffballs on a log.
Ryan, Brett, and Dave.
Several Hen-of-the-Woods (Grifola frondosa) were found.
Bring 'em on, I need to finish this list so I can eat
A pretty good collection of fungus.
Madison and Samantha with some "Honey" and their "Hen"
A wide variety of fungus found
Someone got good eaten tonight
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