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I haven’t been able to ID these little, yellow, rough on the cap mushrooms. They are handsome, however, so they will go into the ID group where perhaps some help will come along:>).

The picture was taken 6/11/2010 in Green Lane, Pennsylvania, USA.


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I love nature, science, poetry, prose, art, music – you name it! Now that I’m retired, time is mine to spend as I wish (pretty much), and I wish to take pictures of our natural world.

Bringing the outdoors in for others to see, especially those who may not get the opportunity to wander next to a pond, fish at the beach, or tramp in the woods, is a pleasure. I hope to build a window to the wonders of nature that fill our everyday lives.

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  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...about 2 years ago

    Possible idea is maybe Flammulaster erinaceella …….I’m trying to find ideas under ‘granular’ but not many results of yellow mushrooms. ~sigh

  • At first I thought maybe Pholiota adiposa then decided “no”. I’ve tried but failed to find anything in guides or on line that make me certain (or even almost certain) I had it. I’m such a know-nothing with mushrooms – why in the world do I love them so much? Pics are backed up for over a year because I can’t ID them and we have no mushroom club or expert anywhere near me – whine, whine, whine.

    – MotherNature

  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...about 2 years ago

    lol…try….he’s AMAZING in knowing his mushrooms and fungi. I first thought a type of Pholiota myself but……………………………… you said? Finding a positive ID can b so darn difficult sometimes! Gr gr gr….lol

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