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Mid-Florida Wild Mushrooms
    #4102824 - 04/27/05 03:23 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

Post pictures here of wild mushrooms you've "captured" in Florida! The season's blooming, and I'm sure there will be plenty to go around. :smile:








Although I highly doubt these to be "magical", I was hoping someone could help me identify them. They're...nice specimens. Maybe I could eat them in my spaghetti. mmmmmmm. :grin:


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Re: Mid-Florida Wild Mushrooms [Re: Cerius]
    #4103029 - 04/27/05 04:24 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

That would be a very bad idea. Those look like they could be Chlorophyllum molybdites which are highly toxic. Check for a green spore print.


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Re: Mid-Florida Wild Mushrooms [Re: Cerius]
    #4103561 - 04/27/05 06:28 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

Can't ID them if we don't have a spore print and know the habitat and brusing reaction and all that good stuff. Read the rules thread for the details we need.


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Re: Mid-Florida Wild Mushrooms [Re: shroomydan]
    #4106032 - 04/28/05 09:22 AM (13 years, 30 days ago)

Quote:

shroomydan said:
That would be a very bad idea. Those look like they could be Chlorophyllum molybdites which are highly toxic. Check for a green spore print.



^^ Agree.


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Re: Mid-Florida Wild Mushrooms [Re: koraks]
    #4107102 - 04/28/05 03:17 PM (13 years, 30 days ago)

Yea, someone told me to put them up here. The spore print is green...it doesn't bruise either.


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