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PostPosted: Sun Jul 11, 2010 12:22 pm 
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Now is a good time to look around the garden for any sings of funghi after recent rains, there are some absolutely beautiful ones.

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Great looking photos as usual Faye - thanks - might see if I can pull out the box brownie and get a couple of pics of the stuff that's popping up at our place

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Just found this post about fungi, so thought I'd add a couple of pictures that i have already put in my own "member's" section, but they belong here too.
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Nice one. Is it edible :scared2:


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I :dunno: but I have no intention trying it or I might end up :sick: or maybe very :crazy:

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Location: here and there, near Townsville, dry tropics
Location: that should do
every fungus is edible











at least once

























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+1 :crazy: :bash: :scared2:


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we get a lot of these after rain

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very pretty, but stink to high heaven.


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Damn that first one is very freaky........

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Damn that first one is very freaky........

Yeah - I used to have a picture of one in some book I had when I was a kid and never thought they were real - thanks for the pic orcy

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chillidude wrote:
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Damn that first one is very freaky........

Yeah - I used to have a picture of one in some book I had when I was a kid and never thought they were real - thanks for the pic orcy



no worries. i did look up the name at one stage, but cant remember it now. they seem to be all over Brisbane, anwhere where there is a deep layer of mulch, and they come up after a few days of rainy, wet weather. They rely on ants and flys to spread the spawn, as such, you can probably imagine what the brown stuff on the red one smells like :)


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So does anyone grow any at home?

I gave pink oyster and italian oyster mushrooms a go.

both were from spore print (so the very hard way)

nothing came from from pink oyster but the italian oyster went great guns!

Did multiple runs;
on waste paper in a bag
straw in a polystyrene box
straw in a cardboard box

They are very "meaty" in consistany. pan fried worked well.

Mum chucked one of the spent straw ones in the compost and then when she used that compost she had them popping up everywhere! ended up running them over with the lawn mower lol!

Although spore prints are a PITA to get to a grain spawn stage without contamination they are fantastic way to store and swap different species.


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Found this in the garden yesterday....


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Wow, that is interesting. I found some of the edible type in the garden the other day, started me thinking that I should add some shop stock from the Spud shed and see if I can increase the production.

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