Mushrooms (mostly Boletus rubriceps, others include: Amanita muscaria, Pholiota squarrosa, Gyromitra esculenta, Cantharellus cibarius, Microstoma protractum, and others)



Above:  Il Porcino Ultimo (2017).  Helicopter Parents (2019).



Above: Porcino raising a log; pholiota squarrosa; Microstoma protractum (also called Rosy Goblet); my largest porcin find ever, 14 inch diameter, almost 5 pounds.

Below: 2019: What a great year! 4.3 pounds and worm-free is largest fresh one ever.


Porcini (aka, Steinpilz, Cepes, King bolete, Boletus rubriceps)

Others: Leccinum, Amanita muscaria, Cantharellus cibarius, Agaricus campestris, Gyromitra esculens, Pholiota squarrosa, Calvatia booniana, Hydnum imbricatus, Russula emetica, Pleurotis ostreatus, Armillaria ostoyae, Neolentinus ponderosum, Clavariadelphus truncatus, Microstoma protractum, Hygrophorus subalpinus, Cladonia chlorophaea


2014:  Fair.
2015:  Excellent year.  Rudi and Julie
2016.  Zero.
2017.  Great year. Porcino Ultimo.  John and Maureen to my best spots.
2018.  Zero. Snow season was below average. Rain was below average. 
2019.  Great year. Snow season was huge. Rain was very good.

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