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ID: Cordyceps militaris @mushroomguerrilla with @repostapp ・・・ #MycologyMonday Cordyceps militaris Picture by @mushrooms_inigo From mushroomexpert.com: "Cordyceps militaris is the best-known and most frequently collected bug-killing Cordyceps, but there are dozens of "entomogenous" species in North America. The victim for Cordyceps militaris is a pupa or larva (usually of a butterfly or moth). Its mycelium colonizes the living insect and mummifies it, keeping it alive just long enough to generate the biomass it needs to produce the mushroom--a "spore factory" that allows the Cordyceps to reproduce."

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Repost from @mushroomguerrilla #MycologyMonday Flammulina velutipes (aka the "Velvet Foot Muskroom", "Winter Mushroom", "Enoki" or "Enokitake") Picture by @wild_iris__ This mushroom can be found from September to March, hence the name Winter Mushroom. It can be mistaken with the deadly Galerina autumnalis due to some similarities in habitat and appearance. Just remember, Enokis have white spore prints and deadly galerinas have rusty brown spore prints.

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#MycologyMonday Flammulina velutipes (aka the "Velvet Foot Muskroom", "Winter Mushroom", "Enoki" or "Enokitake") Picture by @wild_iris__ This mushroom can be found from September to March, hence the name Winter Mushroom. It can be mistaken with the deadly Galerina autumnalis due to some similarities in habitat and appearance. Just remember, Enokis have white spore prints and deadly galerinas have rusty brown spore prints.

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Repost from @mushroomguerrilla #MycologyMonday Chlorophyllum molybdites (aka the "False Parasol", the "Green- Spored Parasol" or the "Vomiter"). Yeah, the Vomiter. Guess why. Picture by @janoy_santana Another poisonus species everybody who goes foraging for mushrooms should know. From Wikipedia: "Chlorophyllum molybdites is the poisonous mushroom most frequently eaten in North America. The symptoms are predominantly gastrointestinal in nature, with vomiting, diarrhea and colic, often severe, occurring 1–3 hours after consumption."👍🍄 And from mushroomexpert.com: "It is easily identified if you have mature specimens in hand, since it has a distinctive greenish spore print and, in old age, greenish gills. If you do not have a mature specimen available, however, you may be hard pressed to reach a confident identification; young specimens have white gills and can be nearly inseparable from the very similar Chlorophyllum rhacodes."

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#MycologyMonday Chlorophyllum molybdites (aka the "False Parasol", the "Green- Spored Parasol" or the "Vomiter"). Yeah, the Vomiter. Guess why. Picture by @janoy_santana Another poisonus species everybody who goes foraging for mushrooms should know. From Wikipedia: "Chlorophyllum molybdites is the poisonous mushroom most frequently eaten in North America. The symptoms are predominantly gastrointestinal in nature, with vomiting, diarrhea and colic, often severe, occurring 1–3 hours after consumption."👍🍄 And from mushroomexpert.com: "It is easily identified if you have mature specimens in hand, since it has a distinctive greenish spore print and, in old age, greenish gills. If you do not have a mature specimen available, however, you may be hard pressed to reach a confident identification; young specimens have white gills and can be nearly inseparable from the very similar Chlorophyllum rhacodes."