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Prospecting for mushroom “gold” and avoiding poison ivy

  • Adam Sears, Floyd County Conservation Director, shows a morel mushroom he found in the Tosanak Recreation Area on Tuesday. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • A morel mushroom found on the understory of the forest floor at Tosanak Recreation Area. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • Adam Sears canvasses the forest floor at the Tosanak Recreation Area on Tuesday. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • Tyler Walters, natural resource/resident ranger with Floyd County Conservation, explains where to look for mushrooms on Tuesday at Tosanak Recreation Area. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • Adam Sears finds a morel mushroom on Tuesday at Tosanak Recreation Area. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • Morel mushrooms collected after a hunt on Tuesday at Tosanak Recreation Area. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • Different types of mushrooms at Tosanak Recreation Area on Tuesday. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • Different types of mushrooms at Tosanak Recreation Area on Tuesday. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • Different types of mushrooms at Tosanak Recreation Area on Tuesday. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • A morel mushroom found on the understory of the forest floor at Tosanak Recreation Area. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • Different types of mushrooms at Tosanak Recreation Area on Tuesday. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • A morel mushroom found on the understory of the forest floor at Tosanak Recreation Area. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • A false morel mushroom located at the Tosanak Recreation Area on Tuesday. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • A jack-in-the-pulpit plant at the Tosanak Recreation Area on Tuesday. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

  • Wild flowers at the Tosanak Recreation Area on Tuesday. Press photo by Kelly Terpstra

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