Species: Poison Pie, (Hebeloma crustuliniforme)
Substrate: Forest Floor, Fall Detritus.
Surrounding Vegetation: Maple leaves, pine needles.
Elevation: ~ 300′.
Manner of Growth:
Gills: Blade-like, connected to stipe, beige, but slightly darker than cap. Do not run down stipe
Stipe: Button mushroom colored, ~ half cm diameter, ~ two inches long, fiberous.
Cap: Button mushroom colored with hints of reddish brown at center.
Base Cup: Nope.
Smell: Smells mushroom-y.
References: Keyed by All That the Rain Promises and More…, page 146.
10 NovMushroom 1
22 JunKid stuff
M2 totally face planted today. As she was wrapped up in my lap, a sad little monkey, I realized that for all the time I spend seeing how much she’s grown, and what a big girl she’s getting to be, she’s still a little kid.
And now, she’s back to being a big kid again. But now and again, there’s flashes of the sweet little kid who needs hugs.
01 JunIce Cream Man
We saw lots of busy crows today. First stop this morning was Pierced Hearts to get the girls’ ears pierced. Then to Gorditos for lunch, then to Carkeek for… for… park stuff. It was lovely.
I thought I had more to say about today. It was a good day. I guess that’s enough.
Wild roses, seaweed, and sand. Smells like home.
22 MayAmelia & Myrna
Pilot Amelia Earhart poses by her plane with actress Myrna Loy, 1934.
I love this photo.