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20181028, Jemez Falls, unidentified
20181028, Jemez Falls, unidentified
10/8/2018 Sandia Foothills, emerging Stinkhorn with egg remnant on cap
20180909 San Pedro Wilderness, Coprinus comatus (shaggy mane)
20180905 Santa Fe Ski Basin, Clavariadelphus truncatus (club coral)
20180905 Santa Fe Ski Basin, Polyozellus multiplex (clustered blue chanterelle)
20180905 Santa Fe Ski Basin, T. merrilliana (white matsutake)
20180829 Santa Fe Ski Basin, Hydnellum suaveolens
20180829 Santa Fe Ski Basin, Tricholoma flavovirens (man on horseback)
20180821 Jemez, Hypomyces lactifluorum (lobster mushroom)
20180821 Jemez, Amanita sp. (perhaps A. novinupta)
Astraeus hygrometricus, Albuquerque, July 2018
Astraeus hygrometricus, Albuquerque, July 2018
20180805 Pecos, Bolete sp.
20180805 Pecos, Sarcodon imbricatus or Hydnum imbricatum (Hawk Wing)
20180803, Jemez, Pleurotus sp. (Oyster Mushroom)
20180803, Jemez, unidentified
20180803, Jemez, Artomyces pyxidatus (Clavicorona pyxidata)
20180803, Jemez, Lepiota sp.
20180803, Jemez, Amanita pantherina
20180729, Manzanos, Red Canyon, Gloeophyllum sepiarium (gilled polypore)
20180729, Manzanos, Red Canyon, Gloeophyllum sepiarium (gilled polypore)
20180729 Manzanos, Red Canyon, Tricholomopsis rutilans (Plums and Custard)
20180728 Manzanos, Red Canyon, Boletus rubripes (Bitter Bolete)
29180726_Santa Fe Area, Leccinum
20180726, Santa Fe Area, unidentified
20180726, Santa Fe Area, Agaricus sp.
20180726, Santa Fe Area, unidentified
20180722 Sandia Mt, Survey Trail,
20180722 Sandia Mt, Survey Trail, unidentified
20180718 Santa Fe Ski Basin, along the Windsor Trail
20180718 Santa Fe Ski Basin, along the Windsor Trail, Tremella mesenteria (Witch's Butter)
20180718 Santa Fe Ski Basin, along the Windsor Trail
20180718 Santa Fe Ski Basin, immature Amanita muscaria
20180718 Santa Fe Ski Basin, along Windsor trail
20180718 Santa Fe Ski Basin, along the Windsor Trail
20180718 Santa Fe Ski Basin, along the Windsor Trail
20180718 Santa Fe Ski Basin, along the Windsor Trail, Flammulina sp. (Velvet Foot)

DID YOU KNOW?

To enhance their nutritional prowess, put your pack of mushrooms in the sun for about 30 minutes. Mushrooms are the only plant that uses sunlight to make vitamin D, yet most are grown in the dark, so when you put them in natural sunlight for half an hour, you up their vitamin D content - between 150 UI and 600 UI per cup, or 25% to 100% of your daily vitamin D needs. If you chop them up first, you'll increase sun contact and maximize D production. 

May 2018 issue of Cooking Light

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