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Megan (m3gv1ct0ry@gmail.com)
Date:Tue 23 Jan 2018 04:40:43 PM EST

First comment of 2018! You made it! Used this website for my biology 182 semester project... extremely useful in helping me identify the types of places mushrooms grow, and a great source for information about the fungus!


Priya Drews (priyadrews@yahoo.com)
Date:Tue 22 Aug 2017 06:09:38 PM EDT
Subject:Mushroom Foray 8-20-17

Erick, thanks so much for the thorough and fascinating Mushroom Foray last Saturday at the Nordic Center. I feel so much more knowledgeable and comfortable and found my first lobster of the season yesterday under the eclipse. That must make it very special. I dehydrated it and the house smelled like Lobster Bisque! Deepest Gratitude, Priya


Matt (@mkm356@nau.edu)
Date:Mon 31 Jul 2017 11:26:27 PM EDT

This is amazing! I am a rookie forager and appreciate all of the time you have put into this. It is tremendously helpful and educational! Thanks for putting this together!


Jared R. McKinley (jaredr.mckinley@gmail.com)
Date:Fri 12 Aug 2016 09:35:36 PM EDT
Subject:Laetiporus gilbertsonii/sulphureus

I am surprised to see so little mention of this, to me the most delicious of wild mushrooms, omitted from discussions of arizona mushrooms. It isn't mentioned in Jack States' book either. I have found it on ash trees in the rincons, not too high up either, really at the base. I think normally I find them in August - Sept. Any comment on this? Are they so rare here?


Justin (justinwhite7147@gmail.com)
Date:Fri 12 Aug 2016 12:45:02 PM EDT
Subject:AZ Truffle

Great website that covers a lot good local info. I think I would add the Barrows Bolete to your fab tab, but that's just my opinion.

A question about AZ's subterranean fungi. I see how the Abert's squirrels are successful in finding truffles or their relatives. Any guide on how to find these mushrooms without digging up the entire forest or training a squirrel? ;)


Bill Newman (bamboodyssey@yahoo.com)
Date:Fri 19 Feb 2016 01:51:08 PM EST

I enjoyed your website. Being a neophyte to this field, I am trying to educate myself With the goal of raising mushrooms in my garage for my family's consumption year-round.


Dalibor (db205dp8@yahoo.com)
Date:Thu 03 Dec 2015 09:35:48 PM EST

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Laura (lauraleelaundre@hotmail.com)
Date:Sun 06 Sep 2015 08:26:29 PM EDT

Thanks for your site, it's wonderful. The link to the mushroom picture for identifying parts went with me on my first field trip, and I will be inquiring about joining the Arizona Mushroom Club. When your mentor is club president and you have such expertise, it will clearly be a learning-rich environment~


Chris n DENITA (kane777chris@gmail. com)
Date:Sat 25 Jul 2015 12:47:55 AM EDT

awesome site ! Very informative and helpful. We've been able to identify most edibles near and around McNary. Thanks !!


Fabian Monje (fabianmonje@yahoo.com)
Date:Fri 24 Jul 2015 01:02:26 PM EDT
Subject:mushroom help

I traveled to the White Mountains, Pacheta Lake. And would like some help in identifying some mushrooms I discovered.


Fabian Monje (fabianmonje@yahoo.com)
Date:Fri 24 Jul 2015 01:00:20 PM EDT
Subject:Help identifying mushrooms

I traveled to Pacheta Lake, AZ and discovered quite the array of different mushroom I would like help identifying


cyndi (cyndian@cox.net)
Date:Sun 29 Mar 2015 10:57:05 PM EDT
Subject:Mushrooms in Gravel?

I thought- weird, it's growing out of my gravel. Wanted to know if it was poisonous or not as my dog is sick. Should have taken a pic but my husband pulled it and threw it out to be safe.


mark (mdwelding@yahoo.com)
Date:Thu 12 Mar 2015 06:34:47 PM EDT
Subject:urban mushrooms

I'm from Oregon and the urban mushrooms you show in your pics look exactly like shaggy main or inky cap mushrooms which are edible when you pic them before they start to disintegrate.


Cindy (cindywilk01@ymail.com)
Date:Tue 26 Aug 2014 12:56:38 PM EDT
Subject:Flagstaff area mushrooms

I am interested in joining a mushroom club to I can become familiar with Mushroom Hunting in Arizona. I have hunted in Missouri and Northern California. I miss it very much. If you can recommend a club I, would greatly appreciate. I live in Kingman but will travel to Flagstaff for meeting and hunting.


Oksana (oksanaf@cox.net)
Date:Thu 21 Aug 2014 01:51:12 AM EDT
Subject:Thank you for your site

I was introduced to wild mushrooms at age 2 by my grandmother. I moved to Arizona 16 years ago from Europe and was amazed to find similar mushrooms in AZ forest.
I am looking to join a Club/people which will help me and guide me to recognize edible local mushrooms.
Thank you for your great and very helpful web-site.


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Date:Sun 17 Aug 2014 01:00:04 PM EDT

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Lisa Gorman (lchanterelle@yahoo.com)
Date:Sat 02 Aug 2014 12:23:36 PM EDT
Subject:Appreciated Your Website

I liked your layout and content of the fungal Kingdom. Given such a short season, what have people, indiginous or otherwise, foraged for regularly for food?

Enjoy the season,


Annie (smelterestates@msn.com)
Date:Sun 01 Dec 2013 08:22:43 PM EST
Subject:Arizona mushrooms

I'm planning to move from Colorado to AZ within the next year. Boletus Edulis and other mushrooms are abundant here during the monsoons. Is that the same case for the Pondo/Spruce/Fir Forest of Arizona?

Thanks, Ann


Annie (smelterestates@msn.com)
Date:Sun 01 Dec 2013 08:22:40 PM EST
Subject:Arizona mushrooms

I'm planning to move from Colorado to AZ within the next year. Boletus Edulis and other mushrooms are abundant here during the monsoons. Is that the same case for the Pondo/Spruce/Fir Forest of Arizona?

Thanks, Ann


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