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beautiful Mushrooms | Cortinarius malicorius (MushroomExpert.Com)

cortinarius malicorius yields apricots and corals

Scaly Tooth - Sarcodon imbricatus

Scaly Tooth - Sarcodon imbricatus - shades of green

Sarcodon imbricatus, commonly known as the shingled hedgehog or scaly hedgehog, is a species of tooth fungus in the order Thelephorales. The mushroom itself is edible. Many sources report it has a bitter taste, but others have found it delicious and suspect that the bitter specimens may be similar related species. Hawks Wing?

Sarcodon imbricatus, commonly known as the shingled hedgehog or scaly hedgehog…

Phaeolus schweinitzii This mushroom, also known as dyers polypore, yields rich shades of golds through greens

Photographs and descriptions of the Mushrooms and other Fungi of California, USA

Lobster mushroom (Hypomyces lactifluorum) - Woods... - Oregonian Wisconsinite

Lobster mushroom (Hypomyces lactifluorum) yields apricots and corals

Agaricus Augustus, "the prince"

Agaricus augustus, "the prince" - Yummy!

Scaly Hedgehog (Sarcodon Imbricatus)found both in Brit.Columbia & the Pacific N.W.,is edible

Scaly Hedgehog Sarcodon imbricatus cap is up to up to wide, convex shaped…

ortinarius iodes "viscid violet cort"

ortinarius iodes "viscid violet cort"

Leratiomyces Bresinsky & Manfr. Binder © Steve Axford

Leratiomyces - Two specimens of the same fungi, which is unnamed (so far). It was first discovered in New Caledonia and since then has been sighted on Lord Howe Island and Mainland Australia.

Lentinus crinitus

Recent Uploads tagged lentinus, with geodata

at last!! a wonderful blue!!!!! from black beans!

Natural dyeing with black beans - range of colours blue to green (uses soaking water only, beans can be eaten) lil fish studios: dyeing with Tansy and.

How to grow and harvest madder; whole site is a treasure trove for dyeing with natural dyes

How to grow and harvest madder; whole site is a treasure trove for dyeing with natural dyes.loads of really good info for using natural dyes.

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