Before you complain about this rainy streak ruining our leaf-peeping season, look down at the mind-blowing peep show on the ground. Such colors and variety of fungi have sprouted! Even The New York Times noted the new urbanscape diversity, in a Page One story today, here.
Grouchy Georgetown University doctors pooh-pooh my ‘shroom-hunting hobby since two local men became seriously ill going wild with salad and stir-fry. Sigh. I’ll settle for photographing the neighborhood crop; perhaps an expert out there can tell me whether they’re tasty or toxic. (You know what they say: All mushrooms are edible — once.) These were all found within a half-mile from home.
- City Room: After Biblical Rains, a Glorious Crop of Mushrooms (cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com)
- Fungi are Fun (turtlescrossing.wordpress.com)
- City Room: Answers to Mushroom Questions, Part 2 (cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com)
- Mushrooms: More Than Just Mind-Altering Substances (bellasugar.com)