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New please help :)
    #24436220 - 06/26/17 10:51 AM (3 years, 10 months ago)

Hi everyone! New here and could use some help. I live in florida and it's been raining ALOT the past 2 weeks so I figured I'd go out and see if I could find some mushrooms for both eating and recreational use. I'm kinda new to the whole finding it on my own thing so I did a bit of research but could still use some help identifying things!





I found some of these in my yard, sorry it got destroyed but it fell apart as soon as I picked it. Any possible ideas or should I go get a new one and hope it doesn't fall apart?





I found a bunch of these growing on some wood. Thank you for any help and sorry if the pictures aren't enough or something like that. Like I said pretty new to looking for mushrooms myself.


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Re: New please help :) [Re: noqtrgiven]
    #24436228 - 06/26/17 10:59 AM (3 years, 10 months ago)

First is possibly something in Psathyrellaceae, but we'll need a picture of a whole specimen to get further.
Please bring your camera outside and take good clear pictures of the mushroom before picking it.

Second looks like a polypore, again you should take in situ pictures of an intact specimen, and also
take notes of what kind of wood it grows from.

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