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OfflineLowcountryHunter
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ID Help
    #11247985 - 10/14/09 08:32 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

Habitat: In the grass, southeast US (its raining so these are all wet.)


Gills: Dark Gray, close


Stem: 2-5 cm


Cap: 2-5 cm in diameter, bands of color


Spore print color: In progress-  Is this lame to post a request before I get the print...? I'm anxious


Bruising: Not that I can tell... I still have yet to see bluing in a fresh specimen.



Habitat: Same Grass


Gills: Pores, offwhite


Stem:2-3 cm thick, 10 cm long, bulbous, tough


Cap: Purplish, smooth


Spore print color: In progress


Bruising: none to speak of


Other information: Biggest (clean) Boletus (assuming) I've ever seen. How do I know whether it's safe? choice?


Habitat: Under mixed oaks and evergreens


Gills: beautifully dark with purple hue


Stem: Smooth with some similar redish color coming through the cream, 8 cm long, 1 cm thick


Cap: slightly pimply


Spore print color: Sorry


Bruising: none


Other information: Smells like almond


Habitat:Under mixed oaks and pines through leaf litter in sandy soil


Gills: Mostly white with an odd rusty marbling


Stem: Almost Shaggy, 10-15 cm long


Cap: Again, almost shaggy, could be the weather


Spore print color:unknows


Bruising:none


Other information: Notice the ring



Some pins growing from cow shit I moved to my backyard...? only time will tell.


Thanks guys


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Re: ID Help [Re: LowcountryHunter]
    #11248182 - 10/14/09 09:03 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

If #4 is Macrolepiota procera, does it look too old to eat?


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Re: ID Help [Re: LowcountryHunter]
    #11248190 - 10/14/09 09:04 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

1 is a Stropharia. Probably Stropharia rugosoannulata, though the annulus on them appears to be rubbed/washed/eaten off.

2 I'll leave for someone else.

3 is an Agaricus. Likely edible if it smells like almonds.

4 is Macrolepiota procera.

5 is some Coprinoid stuff.


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Re: ID Help [Re: LowcountryHunter]
    #11248198 - 10/14/09 09:05 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

Quote:

LowcountryHunter said:
If #4 is Macrolepiota procera, does it look too old to eat?




Yeah they look a bit too skanky.


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Re: ID Help [Re: DannyGlick]
    #11248779 - 10/14/09 10:25 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

Thanks Danny, you are always helpful. The smallest specimen (1) on the bottom right of the third pic did have the veil remnant. Spore print matches. My book calls them choice. I'll post some great pictures if more come up and look delicious. Thanks again.


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Re: ID Help [Re: LowcountryHunter]
    #11249457 - 10/15/09 12:15 AM (8 years, 2 months ago)

2. Tylopilus badiceps maybe?


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Re: ID Help [Re: bmarley3434]
    #11249766 - 10/15/09 12:56 AM (8 years, 2 months ago)

i have passed up a lot of num 3 cause it was a white amantia with no spots now i see the brown gills i have even walked on them  now i no you can eat them
i eat the amantia thay say not to eat


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