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Gary Lincoff commented on Athena Kokoronis's blog post Post-Brunch Mushroom Siting
"This is Panus rudis - in the Audubon Guide....now called a Lentinus, but no matter. A little too tough to eat, but beautiful to see when it's fresh    "
Jun 17, 2011
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Post-Brunch Mushroom Siting

This mushroom was found on a stump at Guilford and 32nd in Baltimore. Purple-lish pink stem, fork-like  creamy colored gills. Fuzzy funnel shaped capSee More
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John Cage - Water Walk

John Cage performing "Water Walk" in January, 1960 on the popular TV show I've Got A Secret.via WFMU:http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2007/04/john_cag...
Nov 11, 2010
Gary Lincoff commented on Athena Kokoronis's blog post Mushrooms at Mildred's Lane Today
"the photo on the bottom shows Brick Tops - Naematoloma (Hypholoma) sublateritium, which is edible. I'm not sure what the other photos are showing."
Oct 27, 2010
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Mushrooms at Mildred's Lane Today

Are these edible? They poke out between the leaved forest floor.This picture doesn't give them justice, they are as bright as can be. They have spongy red orange pores. Juicy. I bit the edge of one- Not bitter at all. Would you cook with it?And these..See More
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Gary Lincoff commented on Athena Kokoronis's blog post Waiting Turned Hunting In An Abandoned Cemetery In Beacon,NY
"if it develops an apical hole it can't be a Calvatia. Bovista is a good guess. You might also have a Calvatia here, but maybe not C. gigantea....then, again, you might have the wandering souls of people trying to get back into the rightful…"
Oct 8, 2010
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Waiting Turned Hunting In An Abandoned Cemetery In Beacon,NY

This morning, Beacon NY, Waiting for a ride to get to Hudson NY...Across the street from the train station. Off the paved sidewalk was a wooded space, an unkept cemetery, (mining): I found what I think are puffballs?A Calvatia Gigantea? But maybe one on them (#6) is a Bovista nigrescens?Not sure- #6 is firmer then the others, but still softish, white and fluffy inside. They are all white, and seem they turn a "dingy" color in age? (The carrot was a gift from Hudson. From the ground too.See More
Oct 7, 2010
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Panaeolus foenisecii one russula

found in the lawn at Mildred's Lane
Jun 17, 2010
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"Did you take home a box? Are Mushroom growing in your room?"
May 31, 2010
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Mushroom Walk On Mildred's Lane June 16

Posted on June 17, 2011 at 10:26am

Post-Brunch Mushroom Siting

This mushroom was found on a stump at Guilford and 32nd in Baltimore. Purple-lish pink stem, fork-like  creamy colored gills. Fuzzy funnel shaped… Continue

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At 1:18am on October 3, 2009, George Sayers said…
Hey Athena,

Wish I could make it to the oyster soiree, unfortunately it isn't possible at the moment. Hopefully the event is a rousing success!

I'm off to a Maitake dinner in the middle of an oak woodland tomorrow evening.
At 4:00pm on October 6, 2009, Schuyler "old man of the woods" said…
You're welcome. The dinner was a delight.
At 10:20pm on March 14, 2010, Galen Ballentine said…
Athener,

Hey, how are you? I actually don't remember specifically what we meant by "visiting a mushroom house", but I'm still into the idea. We just need to figure out what it means. Should be fun. Let me know!!

I hope you're well,
Regards,

Galen

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