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OfflineKoenigstuhl
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ID Request - Are these Inky Caps?
    #26938706 - 09/16/20 11:53 AM (6 days, 2 hours ago)

Found this nice group walking through deciduous forest in Germany:









    * Habitat - deciduous forest
    * Location - south-west Germany
    * Gills - see photos
    * Stem - see photos
    * Spore print color - n/a
    * Scent of the mushroom - I'm still too new to detect much of anything!
    * Color that the mushroom bruises when damaged - See photos, looks blue to me.

Many thanks in advance!


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Re: ID Request - Are these Inky Caps? [Re: Koenigstuhl]
    #26939451 - 09/16/20 07:06 PM (5 days, 18 hours ago)

Coprinus insignis which is poisonous to some people do not eat. The edible C. Micaceus is smaller and light brown; to be on the safe side don’t eat any inky caps growing on wood.


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Re: ID Request - Are these Inky Caps? [Re: OlePiney]
    #26940136 - 09/17/20 07:35 AM (5 days, 6 hours ago)

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OlePiney said:
Coprinus insignis which is poisonous to some people do not eat. The edible C. Micaceus is smaller and light brown; to be on the safe side don’t eat any inky caps growing on wood.




How can you tell from pictures? Coprinopsis insignis is apparently a rare species.

I'm thinking possibly C. atramentaria.


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