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    #3443370 - 12/03/04 08:31 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

hi all zoomerz,  i found  these 2 massive  zooms on the grass, at a house.

the cap was about 8 inches across, and it was similar to colour and gill coulour as  regular  cooking mushrooms,kinda  light brownish  but the  shape of the cap  was more  wide  and  flat  instead of stubby. stalk  was  inch thick.

the gills  were  just standard  attached  kind, lol
Only way i can explain  is  it just looked  like a regular  big  standard mushroom. lol

Its not in my  audibon mushroom giude and i live in bc.

can some1 with expertise direct me in what kind of species  this  sounds close to?
im rookie :frown: :frown: :thumbdown: :thumbdown: :thumbup:


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Re: Identify me! [Re: ProjectOr]
    #3443378 - 12/03/04 08:32 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

oops i forgot, the middle of the cap was indented....


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Re: Identify me! [Re: ProjectOr]
    #3443413 - 12/03/04 08:40 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

No photos, and a not very good description. If it really looks like a "regular big standard mushroom" (the ones from the store I'm guessing) then it's an Agaricus. We need a lot more info to even try to identify them to species, and that's assuming that my wild guess (that's what it is) is right.

Try reading the sticky thread at the top of the forum that gives a format for describing your mushroom. A particularly important feature is the spore print color.

Happy mushrooming!


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