Foray 2016-06-11

Foray report from forest preserve near Willow Springs.

On this warm summery day fifteen mushroom hunters walked through this oak woods in search of fungi. Much of the woods was on the dry side and the mushrooom season was in transition from spring to summer. Interesting findings included a dog stinkhorn, the oak-loving collybia, and the oak milkcap. We found 28 kinds of fungi (6 were old from last year). Thanks to Rocky for leading the foray.

See description for Mutinus elegans
See description for Gymnopus dryophilus
See description for Lactarius quietus var. incanus

Species list by Patrick Leacock

Biscogniauxia atropunctata (old, last fall)
Coprinellus micaceus (mica inky cap)
Crepidotus crocophyllus
Crepidotus malachius
Fuscoporia gilva (old, last fall)
Ganoderma applanatum (old, last fall)
Gymnopus dryophilus (oak-loving collybia)
Lactarius quietus var. incanus (oak milkcap)
Megacollybia rodmani (platterful mushroom)
Mutinus elegans (dog stinkhorn)
Mycena sp. (small, gray, striate)
Mycena cf. galericulata
Panus conchatus (old, last month)
Pluteus cervinus group (deer mushroom)
Pluteus romellii
Polyporus alveolaris
Polyporus arcularius (old, last month)
Polyporus varius
Psathyrella sp. (brown)
Psathyrella candolleana
Russula subtilis
Scutellinia sp. (small, red)
Stereum ostrea (old, last fall)
Trametes conchifer (old, last fall)
Trametes versicolor (old, last fall)
Trichaptum biforme
Tubaria sp. (very small)
Xylaria longipes

Patrick Leacock

Mycologist at MycoGuide.com
I serve as IMA scientific advisor, 2016 president, and website editor. See photos at Mushroom Observer.

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