We are finally getting huge fruitings of honeys. With the warmer fall temps, we still haven't had a frost, but the honeys seem to be making an appearance despite this. There are tons are huge ones and they are growing on all sorts of tree species, stumps, root lines, etc. We are still finding large numbers of Sweet Tooth (Hydnum repandum) in oak woods and also a fair number of Kings (Boletus edulis) near red and white pine.
Cora Mollen, author of Fascinating Fungi of the Northwoods and founder of Northstate Mycological Club.
Northstate Mycological Club