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OfflineTrellis
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Can you ID these mushies? Nice field pics include
    #1031408 - 11/07/02 04:06 AM (21 years, 7 months ago)

These are growing on a huge old stump and are quite gregarious.

I wondered if these might be some sort of Gymnopilus spp.

I'm not asking if these are active - I wouldn't eat them if they
were as they just don't look pleasant to eat at all.

They are fairly dried out as there has been no rain in a considerable
amount of time.

They are located in the Pacific Northwest.

Anyone have any idea what these are?

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Re: Can you ID these mushies? Nice field pics inc [Re: Trellis]
    #1031696 - 11/07/02 07:21 AM (21 years, 7 months ago)

They're not Gymnopilus, because the spore print is white.
I would say Armillaria sp. Check this key .

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Re: Can you ID these mushies? Nice field pics inc [Re: Trellis]
    #1032306 - 11/07/02 11:53 AM (21 years, 7 months ago)

Definitely Armillaria of some type. The key zeronio linked to should tell you which one exactly.

Nice photos, but flip one or two over to show us the bottom next time. Seeing the gills and ring are important clues for identification.

Nice link, zeronio.


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