Truffles Found 2/25/98

kyosai at yin.or.jp kyosai at yin.or.jp
Wed Apr 29 12:20:57 EST 1998


In article <6i015h$bga$1 at nnrp1.dejanews.com>,
  dwheeler at teleport.com wrote:
>
> Found 2/25/98 at a tree farm in Clackamas County, OR at 530 feet elevation
> under predominantly Douglas fir with understory of forbes, trailing
> blackberry, snowberry, Western hazel, and Sword fern:
>
> Genabea cerebriformis
> Tuber giganteum
> Tuber gibbosum
> Tuber sp. nov.
> Martellia subochracea
> Martellia brunnescens
> Martellia sps
> Endogone lactiflua
> Endogone flammicorona
> Rhizopogon sps (vinicolor?)
> Rhizopogon sps (not vinicolor)
> Hymenogaster sps.
>
> Dan,

  Of the species mentioned above, which are edible?

  If all happen to be edible, which would you consider to be the most
delicious (after t.gibbosum, of course)?

Todd
kyosai at yin.or.jp

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