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I found these about a week ago-today, in the landscapeing that surrounds the Sarasota Public Library. -Underneath the mulch is not only intricately intertwind networks of mushroom mycelium and sprinkler systems, but also many exotic plants and flowers indigenous to southwest florida.
--Its also the place where the bike i borrowed got stolen from the bike rack,_about 25 minutes ago.
Anyways, these exhibited a very noticeable Blue to Blue/Green, on the caps, and the spore prints are rust colored.
Wheres Levi7 & Woodsman or mj when you needum.. :(
Anyways, i just checked the same spot where i found these and there is now a splendid species of purple colored mushrooms.
...and i think that there is a Spy or something (some weird dude) here at the library looking at magazines on the shelf near me and paceing strangely around in close proximity to the computer station i am using. ......hehehe ...and he keeps looking over here at me.
Anyways, i should have my desktop computer back soon..
They are most certainly gymns...if it is one thing living here in Eastern Ontario/Quebec....I know my Gymns. As to exact typr, I am not too certain. It is hard to tell from the picture. But today I found a bunch that look very similar, I know they are active and they also had noticable blue/greening going on to them. They should smell kind of earthy/anise like and have yellowish flesh...sporeprint matches too. I will keep looking and let you know what I find out, they could even be an offshoot of the big laughing Gymns, that is what I think mine are as well...funny found them growing in the same kind of mulch...cheers
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