Well the only mushroom I look for is the Morel. They are truly a treat when I'm out turkey hunting and come across them. Here's a link you can learn more about them www.morels.com/ and www.thegreatmorel.com
If you come across them they're real easy to fix up. You just wash out the dirt and grim in the sink and slice them in half from top to bottom. If you find some big one you might have to slice them a few times. Wash them again and let them soak in the refrigerator a few hours in water. Mix up a batter coating of corn meal, flour, salt & pepper. When you're ready to cook them up, taken out of the water and dry them off. You can either dip them in milk or egg before putting them in dry mix. Have a frying pan with a coating of oil or butter nice and hot ready to fry them up. Cook them until them have a golden brown color and you're ready to eat ;D
I like cook them in butter then dip them in melted butter as well.
"It's better to be hated for who you are…then liked for you're not"
Yes! there is what I believe they call a "False Morel" Not sure the difference only because I'm never the first to start eating them. I normally wait 15 minutes to see if the other guys in camp fall over ;D The link above should have something on there about the bad morels.
As far as the flour to corn meal mix? I go 50/50 with mine but I'm not a good cook so I'd ask someone that knows better.