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Offlinezenman223
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BLUE SHROOM! ID Request
    #11260160 - 10/16/09 03:58 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Habitat: edge of yard under pin oak and other oak trees

Gills: BLUE, attached, very close together

Stem: white, very firm and solid with blue ring around white center

Cap: about 3" dia., Concave, porous, white to cream colored ruff porous surface

Spore print color: didnt print it

Bruising: none noticed

Size: about 2 inches tall, very short in relation to cap size

Location: south eastern us, NC foothill region

any idea what the really cool lookin shrooms are anyone????
(sorry for the less than quality pics, not bad for a cellphone though)






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Re: BLUE SHROOM! ID Request [Re: zenman223]
    #11260170 - 10/16/09 04:00 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Chlorophyllum molybdites?


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Re: BLUE SHROOM! ID Request [Re: zenman223]
    #11260185 - 10/16/09 04:02 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Im thinking Indigo Milky...A Young specimen that has not opened all the way up and flattened out.. Just my 2 cents!


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Re: BLUE SHROOM! ID Request [Re: YESSUP]
    #11260218 - 10/16/09 04:09 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Yeah Lactarius indigo. With a faded cap.

Thats my guess.


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Re: BLUE SHROOM! ID Request [Re: thelaughingman]
    #11260347 - 10/16/09 04:31 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

after doing some research i agree its lactarius indigo as apparently there really is no look alikes. is it common in the southeast? also it says there edible any one ever try these? any feedback on the best prep. method for cooking.
thanks guys


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Re: BLUE SHROOM! ID Request [Re: zenman223]
    #11260392 - 10/16/09 04:39 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

They are edible and good, apparently. To the best of my knowledge, they're not extremely common and are listed here in Western Europe as rare, but they pop up on this forum a few times every year.


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Re: BLUE SHROOM! ID Request [Re: koraks]
    #11260615 - 10/16/09 05:15 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Nice find! As said above, i hear they are pretty good eatin. I found a few of these in the mountains of So. OR a while back. Never seen them other than that.


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Re: BLUE SHROOM! ID Request [Re: ehtdaedlufetarg]
    #11260633 - 10/16/09 05:19 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

sweet find. i love the gills


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