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This is my first ever post. I have been observing through the looking glass for some time now, and finally decided to get involved. Heres a quick I request of a mushy Ive had my eye on for awhile. Hope the pictures help. I will repost once I get the spore print color. Any replies are appreciated!
Habitat: Found growing in decaying grass/dirt on the outskirts of a landscaped yard. Near a pile of Hpoo, but not in it. Located in North Western RI, Burrville area.
Gills: Tan/peach, Gills are free from stem.
Stem: biggest was no bigger then 2". Color was a tan/peach. texture was smooth. Semi Hollow stem.
Cap: tan/brownish/peachish. Pictures tell the rest
Spore print color: I know its important and I will repost once the spores drop.
Bruising: 1 hour since picked, no bruising yet<BR><BR>
Well that was fast. I wasn't looking for actives, just want to learn some of my locals names. Spore print was WHITE so I assume your correct. Mushroom Expert lists these as being somewhat edible. Though I'll wait for a tastier find. I got a ton of pics of mushies from my walk today. I only collected that 1 however. I'd like to figure out whats in my area since there's about 14 total posts from RI hunters
I don't expect id's for these, just thought I'd might as well post um.
Anyways heres some of the specimens. I know ones a Amanita muscaria var. Formosa (I've ID-ed it in the past)
Big Red Wavy cap pe I filed this one under LBM These 2 above are the Amanita. very common in this area.