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In depth detail - ID please
    #3123020 - 09/11/04 04:59 PM (19 years, 8 months ago)






Found them in a wooded area in Ireland. Gills are white. Thin stem, white to brown, quite hard. Cap is brown and lighter around edges, very soft, flat with little sticking up nob in middle and kind of wavy, scent is pleasant. Haven't checked spores yet.

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OfflineCutsman
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Re: In depth detail - ID please [Re: Cutsman]
    #3123125 - 09/11/04 05:43 PM (19 years, 8 months ago)

I'd really appreciate someone commenting on this as quite a lot of work and time went into getting these. I'm pretty much a newbie to shrooms by the way.

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Re: In depth detail - ID please [Re: Cutsman]
    #3123234 - 09/11/04 06:20 PM (19 years, 8 months ago)

Nice gloves :grin:


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Edited by ivi (09/11/04 07:14 PM)

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Re: In depth detail - ID please [Re: Cutsman]
    #3123372 - 09/11/04 07:00 PM (19 years, 8 months ago)

At first glance they look like Collybias. With the base of the stem looking like they might extend down in to the soil a bit, Xerula is another very good possibility. Did you dig down in to the ground to make sure you got the entire stem, including the very base?

Happy mushrooming!

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Re: In depth detail - ID please [Re: Cutsman]
    #3123595 - 09/11/04 07:55 PM (19 years, 8 months ago)

I think Oudemansiella radicata.

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Re: In depth detail - ID please [Re: ToxicMan]
    #3125335 - 09/12/04 07:39 AM (19 years, 8 months ago)

No I didn't dig down but I think I got the whole thing.

By the way, the cap is very soft and spongey. Are either of those two you mentioned safe and hallucinagenic?

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Re: In depth detail - ID please [Re: Cutsman]
    #3125381 - 09/12/04 08:18 AM (19 years, 8 months ago)

>Are either of those two you mentioned safe and hallucinagenic?


No.

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Re: In depth detail - ID please [Re: Cutsman]
    #3126955 - 09/12/04 07:41 PM (19 years, 8 months ago)

Actually, Oudemansiella radicata is an older name for Xerula radicata. They are the same mushroom, different names.

They are edible, but we need to confirm details not present in your photos to be sure that's what they are.

Neither they nor any of their close relatives are active. Some related species are poisonous.

Happy mushrooming!

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