Alright, I've finally got around to this. I went on a bit of a staycation and did some mushroom photography. My pictures are not the greatest, so apologies. There is a local abundance of Amanitas, Russulas, and Boletus.
First the Boletus. I'm not sure the type, but I know that if I picked all the Boletus I saw I would be cooking them up for a month straight
These mostly come from a forest of Beech, Pine, and Poplar. The Russulas are symbiotic with the Beech trees as I understand. The red ones I think are likely to be "The Sickener", but you can only be certain by a brief taste test (I did not taste). There is a wide variety of colors of Russulas. The gills tend to break and rub off in a certain pattern, so after you've seen a few it's easy to pick them out. Hence the name Brittlegills
I saw quite a few Aminita Muscarias. Also I found this which, to me, looks like an Aminita that could kill me
I don't know what these are, but they were hanging out in a green belt
Whatever this is, it is beautiful. I feel lucky to have found it. Near a river feeding into the sea on a mossy tree branch.
Now, maybe my crowning achievement. I have identified my first Psilocybe semilanceata:
Here are some usual suspect I found around the lib. I would guess one is a egghead mottlegill and the other is a young shaggy mane.
That's all for now. Stay safe out there, everyone!
Edited by UnHeisenbug, 17 October 2020 - 05:10 AM.