That’s Amateur Mycologist With Questionable Morels shirt. I’m an amateur mycologist in training with questionable morels… haha what a great day at mushroom mountain! We inoculated logs with lions mane, shiitake and reishi spawn, and have some to try at home too! Thanks so much to Tradd Cotter and his crew for hosting a wonderful and educational event. In the process of scouting out my hunting area, I ran across a GOLD MINE of these puffballs!!! I batter and deep-fry them and they are great! But first, as any cautious amateur mycologist would do, I first verify the species, then after doing so, I verify the species. So anyway, if I live, I’ll give an update tomorrow.
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Hello everyone!! Nice to meet y’all! Amateur mycologist here. I’m surprised with our extensive knowledge on celestial bodies, little did we know about slime molds (am I wrong?). I live in the tropics though, so there are not much of them. Maybe if I take another trip to the mountains I might get lucky to find one. It’s very intriguing to wonder what these little critters pack, could they be medicinal or anything like that. I feel like about slime molds, we are traversing the boundaries of the unknown. Let me know if on the contrary there are extensive research on them, and I was just being ignorant! Have you got Amateur Mycologist With Questionable Morels shirt?
Okay, amateur mushroom hunters, mycologists, university biological professors and so on: this is growing in our yard It is mostly buried and had to be dug out (not a difficult job) after poking its crown through the surface. The rootlike mycelium is almost pure white and looks somewhat powdery after having the main body removed. You can see from the photos this guy is about the size of a handball. Is this some sort of truffle or some sort of trouble? Thanks for responding so quickly. I know sorting out the wheat from the chaff in the answers will be a lively exercise for me.