August Mushrooms of the Month

Welcome to the August installment of Mushrooms of the Month. This this is one of my very favorite months to be out photographing fungi as the diversity of gorgeous varieties are at their peak here in Ohio. With all this immense rainfall from July and it being above average this year, we are seriously getting and abundance of species both in size and diversity. I cannot think of a better time to be out in the woods right now and maybe you will find some unique and tasty edibles along the way if you know what you are looking for and can identify it correctly. Feel free to send us your photos if you are not sure about an I.D. and we hope to see you at our next foray!

Austroboletus betula - Shaggy Stalked Bolete
Austroboletus betula by John Plischke III

Boletus frostii2_Marita King
Boletus frostii by Marita King

Hygrocybe marginata_AHM
Hygrocybe marginata by Alan McClelland

Calostoma cinnabarina_HU
Calostoma cinnabarina by Hugh Urban

Ramaria botrytis_DmRamaria formosa by Dan Molter

Cantharellus cibarius_AMCantharellus cibarius by Andrea Moore

Hygrocybe conica_AMHygrocybe conica by Andrea Moore

Marasmius pulcherripes_AMMarasmius pulcherripes by Andrea Moore

Clitocybe odora_WSClitocybe odora by Walt Sturgeon

Boletus subcaerulescens
Boletus subcaerulescens by John Plischke III

Boletus hortonii_Marita King
Boletus hortonii by Marita King

Pleurotus ostreatus_AHM
Pleurotus ostreatus by Alan McClelland

Amanita fulva_HU
Amanita fulva by Hugh Urban

Inonotus dryadeus - Warted Oak Polypore
Inonotus dryadeus by John Plischke III

Phylloporus rhodoxanthus_Marita King
Phylloporus rhodoxanthus by Marita King

Hypomyces lactifluorum_DM
Hypomyces lactifluorum by Dan Molter

Dead Mans Foot (Xylaria polymorpha)
Xylaria polymorpha by Hugh Urban

Cordyceps melolonthae - Beetle Cordyceps
Cordyceps melolonthae by John Plischke III

Meripilus sumstinei_Marita King
Meripilus sumstinei by Marita King

Marasmius siccus_AHM
Marasmius siccus by Alan McClelland

Agaricus campestris_WS
Agaricus campestris by Walt Sturgeon

Omphalotus illudens_Marita King
Omphalotus illudens by Marita King

Amanita abrupta_DM
Amanita abrupta by Dan Molter

Leucoagaricus americanus_AHMLeucoagaricus americanus by Alan McClelland

Cortinarius iodes_AHM
Cortinarius iodes by Alan McClelland

Armillaria tabescens_WS
Armillaria tabescens by Walt Sturgeon

Boletus frostii_DM
Boletus frostii by Dan Molter

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One thought on “August Mushrooms of the Month

  1. There are a lot of good groups on FB that would love to aid you in your I’dS as well David. I am a member of several including Fungi Magazine and Ohio Mushroom Enthusiasts. It will allow you to see other peoples finds as well and maybe next time you see one you will already know what it is 🙂

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