Let's start a new one, especially that I have new photos.
New blurry photos of funny for example. I'm not sure it's the same I managed to take a pic of last time (pic #3) might be not. These new pics were taken not far from there tho. It was far up high in the canopy, made huge noise with the branches and leaves, which covered both of us from each other and muffled my noises (while I walk fairly quietly). It rushed toward my direction on the branches then stopped there between two trees in the middle of that long one. So I took a shot. It was too far tho.
>>21101 Don't think so. It's non edible but most such fungi aren't poisonous. The main reason one wouldn't eat it because it would be not a pleasant experience. It's hard as fuck but the taste might be even shittier. I think very few "tree-based" mushroom is edible most notably picrel. I find one not long ago. Ate it in scrambled eggs with onions. Tasted breddy gud.
Even common popular edible mushrooms are pretty bad as food by nutrition value. They are full of chitin, they aren't easy digested and don't contain large amounts of beneficial nutrients etc. But they are tasty. And people also just eat almost everything they can.
In my childhood we went picking mushrooms all the time with my family, but usually with my granma, then in my teenage years I left out and had other things for a long time, now barely remember anything, but here's my two cents: Pick just a few kinds you want to gather, learn all the info you can and check if they can be mistaken with other species. Then check which months they grow maybe it's different, all seasons/months have their typical mushrooms. Some cannot be mistaken with anything, picrel for example. Also checking them with an exbert is always an option. Look up who is available in your town, when and where. If you can't recognize what you find, leave it.
>>21138 >mass produced ones from the supermarket are usually shit tier They are.
>>21138 >pretty bad as food by nutrition value And that's good. For those on certain diet.
>>21156 Huh? Afaik Göktürks had bad ties with Sassanids , they were better on terms with ERE. But if you would have said Soghdians that would be correct there was really good amount of interaction with them.