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
"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…"
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
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,
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