Blewits (Clitocybe) in North Carolina?
Sigvard.Svensson at botmus.lu.se
Fri Nov 10 18:56:18 EST 1995
In article <rllow0O5Iomc084yn at teleport.com>, larryc at teleport.com (Larry
>I no longer feed wild mushrooms to untested people. I had never heard of
>an emetic reaction to slippery jacks, but in this case I was obviously
Just a comment first to the original posting: Do not ever gamble with
fungi as food!
As some of the earlier replies wrote "if in doubt, through it out"!
Concerning emetic reactions to Suillus species I remember seeing something
about the slimy cap cuticle being responsible. I could not find the
reference just now, though. Furthermore people tend to be VERY
individually sensitive to mushrooms. A friend of mine can not eat
chanterelles, another is getting ill if he eats Russulas...!
I completely agree with your final statement!
"...with all this horse manure, there's just got
to be a pony in there somewhere."
(Technology Review Nov/Dec 95 p66)
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