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  • n. Plural form of mushroomer.

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Examples

  • We are avid mushroomers and pick and dry a significant part of the forage.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • These are keenly sought by mushroomers, especially those from Europe along with slippery jacks Suillus luteus which tend to come along before the saffron milk caps, but they can be found growing together.

    At My Table

  • We filled a fruit box with them and just as we were finishing, some mushroomers came from the other direction.

    At My Table

  • It seems it always has-- Russians, despite the environmental horrors of places like Norilsk , are a nation of nature lovers, hunters, mushroomers, nature artists and poets.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • Forest service, Cork guessed, or maybe mushroomers.

    BOUNDARY WATERS

  • For amateur mushroomers, Hodge recommends the magazine Mushroom, The Journal of Wild Mushrooming , created and edited by Chicagoan Leon Shernoff.

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  • Expert mushroomers all have secret locations for the best mushrooms discovered during years of searching, and it is considered a serious breach of etiquette to ask where they are.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Indeed, such is the jealousy with which these treasure troves are guarded that when two mushroomers meet by chance in the middle of the forest, it is not unusual for them to completely ignore each other - save for a sly look into each others 'baskets.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The numbers of mushroomers swell immediately after rain, which causes an explosion of fungus in Latvia's huge tracts of birch and pine forest.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Those mushroomers are overjoyed when they bring home half a dozen, including the two little gray ones they stepped on.

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