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October 18, 2007

Blood mushrooms

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While hiking the Mendenhall East Glacier trail in Juneau, Alaska in August 2007, I came across this strange mushroom seeping red liquid. The liquid felt 'watery' – I was too cautious to taste it. It stained my fingers for several hours afterward but eventually washed off. Does anyone know what this is? (From Scribal Terror)

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love that bleeding 'shroom, i was just looking at that in a mushroom book a few days ago! probably doesn't grow in ny state waah!

Posted by: jo jo at Oct 19, 2007 9:54:13 AM