N.E Michigan

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  1. jeffm

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    Shrooms of all types are out, minus hedgehogs. Busy working but getting out for about a hour before and after work when I have the motivation. Good luck to all who get out.

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    Chants and black Trumpets. Pizza time!!!
     
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    Chickens chickens and more chickens this year
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    Definitely "The year of the Umbrella Polypores"
    I would have to go back and look at pictures to get a count, but it's around 20 with another 5 or so to far spent. 5 in this pic from this wkend.
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    Some woods void of chants and some loaded.
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    Awsome Jeff! I am trapped at home the next few weeks.
     
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    Im about done with these pics from you jeff lol. We have had zero rain. Saw one chicken so far and it was far gone. Checked a few chant spots and found 0. Worse than that 0 shrooms of any type. Beautiful pics. I may have to tale a trip and tag along some day.
     
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    I have heard and seen by many down that way saying the same, rain has been real spotty this year in Michigan.
     
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    It would be my luck the time I take someone with me wouldn't find a thing LOL
     
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    Thanks Dan, I'm not gonna "like" your post. Cuz your stuck at home. Fall mushrooms and bird hunting well be here before you know it. Half way thru August already, time sure does fly.
     
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    Just to be clear, what are those little orange ones called in your last pic and do you know if there is anything that looks nearly like them that one should steer clear of? Where I have been working this past week, a dampish area, I swear I could fill a bushel basket with whatever I am seeing and not put a dent in the numbers. They are everywhere! FM
     
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    Cantharellus cinnabarinus. Waxy caps are similar but easy to tell the difference, I do see waxys alot in damper areas. very different imo.
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