Welcome to the September installment of Mushrooms of the Month. As the season starts to transition and become slightly cooler, a new crop of species start to unveil themselves throughout the forest floor. Several bold new species align with the … Continue reading →
Welcome to the July installment of Mushrooms of the Month. Summer is truly here in all it’s glory and if you have not started to get out any this year, you might want to highly consider it. Next to the … Continue reading →
This past Saturday, I lead my first solo foray for OMS. Ten of us gathered to find fungi within the Hocking Hills region. I scouted out the areas the previous night at my typical spots to make sure we were not wasting time in the woods for Saturday’s foray. This did not end up being the case though, as I did find a diversity of species up in the Cedar Falls and Old Man’s Cave regions during my two hour trek. So this made the next day for us a lot easier for us and gave me more time to get to know everyone. Half of the group enjoyed taking photos along the way and the others enjoyed just being in forest and taking it all in as it was a beautiful day to be out!
Most of the photos in the overview were taken the previous evening in the same areas we visited Saturday, while the others were taken the next day along the way on the Cedar Falls and Old Man’s Cave trails. The last nine photos of this foray series were taken by members Hugh Urban, Candace Black and new mycophiles Kimberly & BrianTerrill. All of which did an amazing job capturing some excellent finds! Special thanks to Hugh Urban for helping with taxonomy, info and the species list.
This is the second installment of my five part series that I captured between mid-June through early August of 2011 & 2012. The Summer unfolds a variety of gorgeous Boletus, Agaricus and other interesting species bringing a whole new realm … Continue reading →