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Concerning Picking Mushrooms: Please, do not pull up the Morels! Pinch them off above the ground, or use a knife and slice them off. What you are doing is exactly the same thing as breaking a branch off of an Apple Tree to pick the Apple. You damage the underground plant of the Morel by pulling them up. You keep this practice up, and in a couple of years you will not have Morels in that spot any longer! Besides, why do you want to bring home all of that dirt anyway?- Chris M      

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 It is finally completed! 3-disc set, 5 1/2 hours of content!

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Over 15 years in the making, over 5 1/2 hours of mushroom content. How to find 125 of the most common edible mushrooms, also includes about 11 of the most common poisonous mushrooms. This is a must for every serious mushroom hunter. There is commentary on where and when to find them on each species. Species included are:

wood ear, lions mane, other hericiums, aborted entolomas, honey mushrooms, clitocybes, blewits, man on horseback, 3- matsutakes, imperial cats, gypsy mushroom, many edible russulas, several edible puffballs, many edible amanita species, hen of the woods, chicken of the woods, black staining polypore, dryads saddle, beefsteak polypore, several other polypores, 2- cauliflower mushrooms, shaggy manes, mica caps, many bolete type mushrooms- suillus, gyroporus, tylopilus, boletus, leccinum, hygrocybe, waxy caps, lobster mushrooms, purple laccaria, jelly tooth, several hedgehogs, truffles, gilled bolete, many chanterelles, including white and blue chanterelle, and black trumpets, colybia, several lactarius species, several lepiotas, agrocybe, pluteus, hypsizygus, oyster mushrooms, many agaricus, several morel species including fire burn morels, gyromitras, verpas, volvallaria, coral mushrooms, wine capped stropheria, platterful mushroom, helvellas, brick caps, xerulas, velvet foots, ustilago, and many more. Poisonous ones include several amanitas, russula emetic, green gilled lepiota, galerina, and more.

Each disc includes an easy to navigate menu to skip right to a particular species if you wish. Each species is a different chapter. I am proud to offer this, and glad to have finally completed it!

$49.95  Includes shipping!

  

Are you prepared for the 2010 Morel season? Purchase your mesh bags or walking sticks today, before things get busy and we sell out!

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Below are Samples of the weekly Morel Video Forecast, new in 2007 for Members!

 

What people are saying about this site:

Amber Jones- I really appreciate your efforts to keep in touch. I love getting your emails and getting excited about the upcoming season and seeing the photos. I absolutely adore the shirt with the morels strapped to the top of the Hummer...that is AWESOME!! Too cute! Great idea!!! :o)

Scott Fears- You have a terrific website that has been a joy for me in the past 3 years, and I feel that I owe you a great amount of gratitude for allowing me and all the other non-members to use it free of charge. I just want you to know I do plan to pay the fee for a membership to your website in the future. Money has been tight for me for a while, but things will be better soon. Keep up the good work! 

Brandon Parker- This is my number one site to come to for current mushroom information, and your new species list is amazing!

Mike H- "This is by far the most awesome mushroom site on the net. Keep up the good work!"

Jennifer L- "I am so glad I found your website. This page is so nice to be able to keep up with all of the current finds across the country"

Gregg N- "Thanks for all of your efforts you put into this. It must be quite a chore updating these finds on a daily basis. The photos just top it off! Great job!"

Aaron H.- "Just wanted to tell you what a great site you have here and I hope to contribute to the wonderfully collored dots on your map soon."

M-it Shroom Man- "THANX FOR THE WEBSITE I FOLLOW IT DAILY WE USE IT FOR TELLING HOW MUCH LONGER IT WILL BE BEFORE WE FIND SHROOMS IN NORTHERN INDIANA I HAVE A HUNTING BUDDY THAT SHOWS UP YEARLY FROM NAPLES FLORIDA AND THIS SITE WILL HELP GREATLY... THE LAST TWO YEARS HERE HAVE NOT BEEN GOOD AT ALL FOR SHROOMS BUT IM KEEPING MY FINGERS CROSSED THAT THIS YEAR WILL BE DIFFERENT THANX FOR THE POSTINGS  COME ON SHROOMS......" 

m-it shroomman   Jeff Mullins - Chris just wanted to take a minute to thank you for this site ...I watch it daily to watch the progression of the elusive morel.I have been hunting these things since i have been a child. Keep up the good work  A FELLOW SPONGE FREAK m-it shroomman