Date Reported: Jul 2, 2015  
Name: Mykola
General Location: Norland, Ontario
International/State: International
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
Other Mushrooms: Many, Oysters, Boletes, Various Russula, Chagas, Bright Yellow Waxy Caps, Chanterelles
General Information: First flush of Chanterelles up here, they were beautiful. We have never had so much rain here as far as I can remember, seems to rain every day up here this year.... for the last 6 weeks anyway.
 

       
Date Reported: Jul 1, 2015  
Name: Sonny V
General Location: Montgomery County
International/State: Pennsylvania
Other Mushrooms: Chicken of the Woods and chanterelles
General Information: After many days of heavy rain the Chanterelles are starting. Found this Chicken of the woods on my way to a Chanterelles patch
Chris' Comments: nice one
 

       
Date Reported: Jul 1, 2015  
Name: David Bragg
General Location: portage county
International/State: Ohio
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
Other Mushrooms: black trumpets! lots of them!
Chris' Comments: beautiful
 

       
Date Reported: Jul 1, 2015  
Name: David
General Location: Baltimore
International/State: Maryland
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
Other Mushrooms: Bolete?
General Information: Unsure of what kind tasted a small part of the cap and a few were bitter and some oxidized very quickly (blue) what do you think Chris?
Chris' Comments: all tyllopilus and bitter
 

       
Date Reported: Jul 1, 2015  
Name: David
General Location: Baltimore
International/State: Maryland
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
Other Mushrooms: Chanterelle
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 30, 2015  
Name: Tony
General Location: Toronto
International/State: None_given
General Information: I think these may be honey mushrooms. They were all in a tight bunch under conifers
Chris' Comments: not honey mushrooms, not sure what they are
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 30, 2015  
Brian
General Location: Carroll county
International/State: Ohio
Other Mushrooms: Chanterells
General Information: Growing in mixed hard woods
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 30, 2015  
Name: Tony
General Location: Toronto
International/State: International
General Information: These are found in pine forest. Nice mushroom smell. White spore print. Found in small groups of individuals. Stem feels hard. Cap feels nice and crunchy for edibility. No milk if cut. Is this an edible mushroom?
Chris' Comments: clitocybe sp. prob not edible
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 29, 2015  
Name: dean
General Location: Tulsa
International/State: Oklahoma
Other Mushrooms: chanterelles, amanita jacksonii, coral
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 29, 2015  
Name: Scott
General Location: Northern VA
International/State: Virginia
Other Mushrooms: Chanterrels
General Information: We found a bunch of these tonight while out walking our dogs. We think they are Chanterelles. Can anyone confirm?
Chris' Comments: yes they are
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 29, 2015  
Name: Tony
General Location: toronto
International/State: International
General Information: here is the picture of the spore print which is white. I looked up the lactarius that look similar but they say they have milk. I cut these up and got no milk or liquids. The smell is kind of good mushroom. I chewed-and spit-out a small piece and it was not bitter. Nice crunchy texture with no strong taste.
Chris' Comments: top on looks like russula
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 29, 2015  
Name: tony
General Location: toronto
International/State: International
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
General Information: I did spore prints and they are white. The picture shows where and how they are found under the thick pines. The same area gives lots of aborted entaloma in the fall in the same type of ground cover.
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 29, 2015  
Name: Rickinator of the Woods
General Location: Conroe
International/State: Texas
Other Mushrooms: Ganoderma ___?___
General Information: Hey Chris, great work! Love the show, dig the style man! Ya'll make it look way too fun! I was hoping you could tell me if my find here is in the genus ganoderma like I suspected and what species...I'm hoping it is a lingzhi or reishi. (underside of cap: no gills, smooth, white. stalk: deep dark purple. when cut into, it is brown, like the tree bark it grew on)
Chris' Comments: def ganoderma
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 28, 2015  
Name: Tim
General Location: athens ohio
International/State: None_given
Other Mushrooms: a few
General Information: Chris please help me out with and can u eat them thanks Tim
Chris' Comments: dark one is bitter, not sure about the others, taste a small piece see if it is bitter
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 28, 2015  
Name: Rhonda McDonald
General Location: Clay County, WV
International/State: West Virginia
Other Mushrooms: Can you ID and are they edible?
Chris' Comments: blusher amanita, edible but I do not reccomend
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 28, 2015  
Name: ShroomNoob
General Location:
International/State: West Virginia
Other Mushrooms: false chanterelles?
General Information: Tops are same color as stem? Not sure what these are. Was looking for chanterelles. These also have hollow stems
Chris' Comments: no cantherellus minor
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 28, 2015  
Name: ShroomNoob
General Location:
International/State: West Virginia
Other Mushrooms: chanterelle? false chanterelle?
General Information: Did I finally find more chanterelles?
Chris' Comments: yes, enjoy
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 28, 2015  
Name: ShroomNoob
General Location: alongside dirt road and in creek beds
International/State: West Virginia
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
Other Mushrooms: crown tipped coral fungi, small puffballs, 2 chanterelles. boletes and false chanterelles?
General Information: Went out today searching for chicken of the woods, found coral fungus for the first time along with 2 very ate up chanterelles. That's when the search went to looking for chanterelles. Found several other mushrooms with similar color and traits of chanterelles but not sure if they are false or edible. Are the boletes I found decent eats? Left so many other bolete species only to find I should have picked those most definitely! :p
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 28, 2015  
Name: Troy Heiser
General Location: Eastern Pennsylvania
International/State: None_given
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
Other Mushrooms: Many
General Information: I was just wondering if you could help me identify these boletes?
Chris' Comments: http://morelmushroomhunting.com/tylopilus_plumbeoviolaceus.htm and another tylopilus, both bitter
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 28, 2015  
Name: mike G
General Location: Malvern, OH
International/State: None_given
Morels Found: o
Other Mushrooms: Chanterelles
General Information: They are where they always are.. In the beech and oaks!
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 27, 2015  
Name: Shroomdog Millionaire
General Location: Southern Indiana
International/State: Indiana
Other Mushrooms: chanterelles
General Information: Couple pounds.They are here!!
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 27, 2015  
Name: Sam Sansom
General Location: Northwest Arkansas
International/State: Arkansas
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
Other Mushrooms: Believed to be a Blusher (Amanita rubescens)
General Information: Found on ground in the vicinity of various Hickory and Oak trees. Found abut three of the suspected Blushers and only harvested the largest one.
Chris' Comments: looks like it
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 27, 2015  
Name: michelle
General Location: orangeville, ontario Canada
International/State: International
General Information: I found this growing in my yard. Any idea what it is?
Chris' Comments: edible cup fungi
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 26, 2015  
Name: Tony
General Location: toronto
International/State: International
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
General Information: found these under pines in small groups and individuals. I am thinking they are ringless honey mushrooms but don't know for sure
Chris' Comments: maybe, but I'm not convinced, a little too early for those and they usually like deciduous woods... also normally in clumps, may be a lactarius, do a spore print
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 26, 2015  
Casey Hulse
General Location: Vicksburg,
International/State: Michigan
General Information: This mushroom is at the base of a big oak tree in our back yard on a lake. Any help identifying it would be appreciated.
Chris' Comments: black staining polypore, a good edible
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 25, 2015  
Name: Brian
General Location: Carroll county
International/State: Ohio
Chris' Comments: http://morelmushroomhunting.com/omphalina_strombodes.htm
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 25, 2015  
Name: Kevin
General Location: Willard
International/State: Ohio
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
General Information: Found some other mushrooms on a walk today can you help identify these Chris
Chris' Comments: all edibles, lactarius and boletes
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 24, 2015  
Name: Aaron
General Location: Goldendale
International/State: Washington
Other Mushrooms: A bottom view of shroom
General Information: What type of bolete is this?
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 24, 2015  
Name: Aaron
General Location: Goldendale
International/State: Washington
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
Other Mushrooms: Bolete
General Information: What kind of bolete is this?
Chris' Comments: looks like a tylopolis, bitter
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 24, 2015  
Name: Kevin
General Location: Willard
International/State: Ohio
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
Other Mushrooms: I think these are oysters but need the expert advice from Chris!can u help me out???
General Information: Found on dead hickory wile cutting wood today
Chris' Comments: yes enjoy
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 24, 2015  
Name: BZubrisky
General Location: woods - Hastings Ontario
International/State: International
Other Mushrooms: Umbrella?
General Information: I believe this is an umbrella mushroom. I initially thought it was a maitake or hen of the woods.
Chris' Comments: it has gills... may be clitocybe
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 24, 2015  
Name: BZubrisky
General Location: woods - Hastings Ontario
International/State: International
General Information: I sent in a report but the wrong picture attached
Chris' Comments: not a common edible
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 24, 2015  
Name: Mark Mac
General Location:
International/State: North Carolina
Other Mushrooms: Phylloporus rhodoxanthus -
General Information: Hope it goes through.
Chris' Comments: gilled bolete
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 23, 2015  
Alan
General Location: Kona
International/State: Hawaii
Morels Found: 2
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 23, 2015  
Name: Garrett
General Location: Cook co
International/State: Illinois
General Information: I need help identifying this.
Chris' Comments: http://morelmushroomhunting.com/ductifera_pululahuana.htm
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 22, 2015  
Name: Kira Kristensen
General Location: FAIRBORN
International/State: Ohio
Other Mushrooms: several
General Information: Hi Chris I found a lot of these do to the massive rain. Can you tell me if these are boletes.
Chris' Comments: yes edible bolete
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 22, 2015  
Name: Kira Kristensen
General Location: FAIRBORN
International/State: Ohio
Other Mushrooms: several
General Information: Hey Chris . Can you tell me if these are boletes and are edible. I saw these today growing near a fence line today June 22. They are about an inch diameter. We have had lots of rain so I'm sure some big ones will pop up.hope fully both pic come up if not I will have to send it separate again Thanks Kk
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 21, 2015  
Name: Josh
General Location: Cloudland
International/State: Georgia
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
Other Mushrooms: Chants?
General Information: Finding these all thru a dry Creek bed. Chris are these chants?
Chris' Comments: yes
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 21, 2015  
Name: Ben
General Location:
International/State: Michigan
Other Mushrooms: Pic2
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 21, 2015  
Name: Ben
General Location: Paw paw area
International/State: Michigan
Other Mushrooms: Anyone know what these are?
Chris' Comments: blusher amanita
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 21, 2015  
Name: Jon Furness
General Location: Buck county
International/State: Pennsylvania
Other Mushrooms: Tons of bolete mushrooms
General Information: Are the black velvet bolete? Pretty sure they are
Chris' Comments: http://morelmushroomhunting.com/tylopilus_alboater_species.htm
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 20, 2015  
Name: Mark Mac
General Location: WNC
International/State: North Carolina
Other Mushrooms: Can't figure this one out?
General Information: Hi Chris- Looks like a Bi-Color Bollette- dense top, reddish brown with red on stalk - but has yellow gills??? Any Thoughts? Thx
Chris' Comments: ?
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 20, 2015  
Name: Mark Mac
General Location: WNC
International/State: North Carolina
Other Mushrooms: Found some Chants and these?????
General Information: Hi Chris. Any thoughts on these? Lactarius Volumens? (edible?) Purple Russula? (edible?) Brown woods Ears (edible?)
Chris' Comments: Lactarius Volumens? (edible?) Purple Russula? (edible?) otherone is not edible
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 20, 2015  
Name: Susan Brooks
General Location: Glendale
International/State: Pennsylvania
Other Mushrooms: Chicken mushroom
General Information: Wondering if this really is a chicken mishroom
Chris' Comments: prob berkeleys polypore, also edible
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 19, 2015  
Name: bill
General Location: Springfield Illinois
International/State: Illinois
General Information: Found in grassy field
Chris' Comments: do a spore print I think they are green gilled which are poisonous
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 19, 2015  
Name: Randy Bell
General Location: Worthington
International/State: Ohio
Other Mushrooms: I believe I found Boletes
General Information: Mushrooms found along bike trail . Spore print is tan/light brown
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 19, 2015  
Name: Randy Bell
General Location: Worthington
International/State: Ohio
Other Mushrooms: I believe I found Boletes
General Information: Mushrooms found along bike trail . Spore print is tan/light brown
Chris' Comments: bitter bolete
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 19, 2015  
Name: BZubrisky
General Location: mixed forest
International/State: International
Other Mushrooms: 2
General Information: Mushrooms on the left were on a log and look like oysters but not sure. Ones on the left are some kind of bolete but not sure what type. PS morel season in Hastings Ontario a bust! No rain from last week of March through to mid April. Only found 3 in my spots that usually produce :( Spent lots of time looking.
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 18, 2015  
Name: Andy
General Location: SW Missouri
International/State: Missouri
Morels Found: 0
False Morels: 0
Other Mushrooms: Chants?
General Information: Found several of these growing from moss and dirt. Wanting to make sure of type before picking more.
 

       
Date Reported: Jun 18, 2015  
Name: Allan Adams
General Location: Indianapolis
International/State: Indiana
Morels Found: o
False Morels: o
Other Mushrooms: chicken of the woods
General Information: Middle of my neighborhood on a dying oak