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#1 Alan Rockefeller

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Posted 11 July 2015 - 11:23 PM

The cascada was pretty crazy.   Must have been over 1200 steps up, in the dark half the time, often with sharp dropoffs at the edge.
 
Roridomyces sp.
 
On oak leaves at the Coatepec cascada. The leaf glows but the mushroom does not. 
 
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Mycena sp.
 
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Amanita bisporigera group
 
Bright yellow in KOH.    
 
 
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This Russula species is always very tiny and always on well decayed wood. The max cap size is about 1.5 cm.
 
Found in a forest of mixed Quercus and Oreomunea about 2 km below El Zapotal.
 
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Psilocybe fagicola
 
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Phaeocollybia sp.
 
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Galerina sp.
 
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Roridomyces sp.
 
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Microscopy by Alonso on the pileipellis of this species
 
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Helvella lacunosa group
 
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Psilocybe yungensis
 
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Mycena sp.
 
From El Saucal, the highest elevation bioluminescent species that I have seen.
 
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Stereum ostrea
 
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Lepiota sp.
 
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Lepiota trichroma
 
Esta poco madre.... A hawebo!
 
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Edited by Alan Rockefeller, 11 July 2015 - 11:39 PM.

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Posted 18 July 2015 - 07:07 PM

Excellent photos and video. 


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Posted 23 December 2020 - 12:04 AM

Why does the lepiota trichroma have a bluing reaction on the gills? Some very interesting and beautiful specimens you found there. Thanks for the pictures and thanks for everything you do for the mycological community.

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Posted 23 December 2020 - 12:24 AM

Beautiful Photos.


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#5 Alan Rockefeller

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Posted 03 January 2021 - 01:23 AM

Why does the lepiota trichroma have a bluing reaction on the gills?

 

 

No idea!



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Posted 07 January 2021 - 12:24 AM

Why does the lepiota trichroma have a bluing reaction on the gills?



No idea!
Very interesting! Man you always have the coolest photos of mushrooms. Honestly, you have inspired me to make a trip out to Mexico myself. I want to go foraging for mushrooms so i can acquire some of the very interesting psilocybe species that are only found in Veracruz and Oaxaca, Mexico. As well as some of the edible and poisonous edible mushrooms that you have talked about in some of your lectures that i really want to try to take prints of and bring back to cultivate so i can make some awesome food with em, especially amanita rubescens sensu auct. amer. That is the one you have me the most interested in. I would love to cultivate those for a consistent food source based on what you said, they sound delicious

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