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GIANT Mushrooms

Uploaded by: katy99780

Tuesday October 8, 2013

Haines, AK (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: You can see a man's boot behind these huge mushrooms. I have never seen a mushroom of this type so BiG! Easily a foot across, maybe 12-14 inches. Like something from 'Journey to the Center of the Earth!' They were beautiful, clean, perfect!

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9. katy99780
1:41 AM GMT on October 13, 2013
QoQ NOT! I had (have) no idea what they are. If they are pholiota though, (and I think they are) I'd not eat them, as they do make poisons when they mature, like this one. Some people can eat them, but they are disastrous to others...
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8. CythiaSue
12:29 AM GMT on October 13, 2013
did you eat them?
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7. BriarCraft
7:43 AM GMT on October 12, 2013
Jurassic Shroom!
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6. katy99780
9:29 PM GMT on October 11, 2013
Thanks Betsy. The only way I could capture it in that deep, dark forest was with flash.
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5. luvne32
9:28 PM GMT on October 11, 2013
Very nice botanical close-up, Katy! Love the gills, and the light.
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4. katy99780
9:28 PM GMT on October 11, 2013
:) Thanks for stopping by Sharon, Dianne and Dave.

Maybe it's magic... and I did look around for a caterpillar with a hookah... :P
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3. WurzelDave
8:38 PM GMT on October 11, 2013
Crikey, what do mushrooms grown on where you live?!
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2. snosno
8:11 PM GMT on October 11, 2013
Cool!!
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1. nanapoo
8:00 PM GMT on October 11, 2013
WOW! That boot really gives this shot perspective! Cool find Katy!
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katy99780

I've lived in Alaska since 1969. I love this wild land. The extremes of the far north shape and affect every living thing. Extremes of weather, elevation, daylight hours, isolation, flora and fauna, nothing in Nature is insignificant.I have a Davis Vantage Pro weather station, uploading to Wunderground, (Turks on the Tundra) the National Weather Service, the Citizen Weather Observation Program and MADIS (Meteorological Assimilation Data Ingest System). "May you have warmth in your igloo, oil in your lamp, and peace in your heart." ~ Indigenous Arctic Proverb

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