Mushrooms of the Day


#81

I think I see them often in the woods. Still I don’t know anything about mushrooms so I don’t date to collect anything, even if it looks nice.

I found something grotesque the other night in a forest in some mountain. I was huge:

Any idea of what it could be?

Bonus: a couple of cute mushrooms from last hike:


#82

I thought “lace mushroom” right away which led to this


#83

An edible mushroom featured as an ingredient in Chinese haute cuisine , it is used in stir-frys and chicken soups. The mushroom, grown commercially and commonly sold in Asian markets, is rich in protein, carbohydrates, and dietary fiber. The mushroom also contains various bioactive compounds, and has antioxidant and antimicrobial properties.

Sounds like I finally found my excuse for getting myself a knife!


#84


#85

Is it in Copenhagen?


#86

The Fungo Mushroom Rock in Lacco Ameno, Italy


#87

You’re not supposed to tell us!


#88

Oops.


#89

#90

that’s only in the Where in the world picture quiz thread. Here, not so much hate.


#91

https://www.foxnews.com/health/man-who-sniffs-dirty-socks-each-day-is-hospitalized-with-fungal-infection-in-lungs-report


#92


#93

Did you pick them up from somewhere by yourself?


#94

Here is for mushrooms. Fungal infection is off topic. I think there was a thread for that, but cannot find it.


#95

Fungus of the Day


#96

No, I told the lady I wanted 300 grs and she took them for me.


#97

That is not much impressive, but they are still mushrooms, and completely on topic.


#98

You’re speaking from ignorance. I’d invite you to some awesome mushrooms if you were in my league and most importantly you were single, without kids, on your 20’s and got a 90.

Complaints to @Dr_Milker


#99

No comprendo.


#100

Let’s make it 120.