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Ok so ate them masmarius yesterday and they were amazing so i went again in the field and found more.I just need an ID to be sure.I also saw my first Fairy Ring!!!I know they are in a big pile but wth.
Gonna make cookies tonight :O
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Nationalism and organised religion are just tools for control...
no, there are plenty of others that have a tough stem you can tie in a knot, but it is helpful to differentiate between marasmius and others that look similar, in the grass (habitat) OP's are picture perfect M. Oreades (the ones I've seen) 1. growing in the grass 2. brownish-reddish young caps, look slightly gelatinous 3. broadly umbonate with an upraised margin in age 4. whiteish attached lamallae 5. nice smooth stem, whitish at the apex, tannish/reddish toward the base