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Obviously not active, and I highly doubt edible either but I want to become more aware and knowledgeable of the inactive fungi that grow around my area. For some reason almost every house on my street has fungi growing on it's yard at one point in time or another, but I've only seen mushrooms once on my own. And sadly, I'm probably the only person that WISHES inactive fungi would grow on their lawn, for aesthetic purposes. Pic and description of the mushrooms from my neighbor's yard are below. He had close to 40 specimens but I only picked two for an ID.
Habitat: Well manicured lawn in southeast Texas Characteristics of the gills: Light tan in color, not attached to stem Characteristics of the stem: White, 5", very fragile and thin Characteristics of the cap: Approx 1" diameter, white/light tan in color, soft in texture and very fragile while handling, slightly convex cap Spore print: none taken Bruising color: appeared to be dark tan Scent: a sharp bitter smell is the best way I can describe it
Manoa said: I need to stop spending all my money on plants and take up a cheaper hobby, like heroin.
Looking for Rauhocereus riosaniensis seeds or live specimen(s), me if you have any for trade