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Offlinekrispyfi
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ID request from south florida -non-psilocybe-
    #1512867 - 05/01/03 10:22 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)







these things were growing off of the dead stump of an umbrella tree. sorry, i didn't take a print, but as you can see the gills are white. there have been heavy rains here lately. thanks in advance.


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Re: ID request from south florida -non-psilocybe- [Re: krispyfi]
    #1512949 - 05/01/03 10:41 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

can you post a datailed description?
those look like plutorus.


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Re: ID request from south florida -non-psilocybe- [Re: krispyfi]
    #1513085 - 05/01/03 11:12 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

At first glance those look like Pleurotus ostreatus, Oyster Mushrooms (Note that I haven't said they definitely are).

When you find a cluster of overlapping caps like those, you can often find a spore print from one mushroom on the cap below it. Try looking at a fairly oblique angle and see if there isn't a dusting of spores from one cap on another below it.

Here are some things you want to include in your description of these mushrooms:
Spore print color
Edge of gills (straight, serrated, etc...)
Odor of mushroom
Type of wood they're growing from (at least if it's pine or hardwood)

Let us know and we will do our best to verify what you've found.

Happy mushrooming!


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