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I found these today. I think they're ringed honey mushroom but i'm not entirely sure They were fruiting on a log that was just loaded with them, maybe 300 specimens or more. I've never seen so many mushrooms in one place the spore print is white caps are about 2 to 3cm stipe 3 to 4cm and solid not hollow an obvious ring zone
This it? I hope so i picked about 2 pounds haha I've read it causes stomach upset in some people so i hope i'm not one of those people. I'd hate to waste them
They look like honey mushrooms to me.. Armillaria mellea is actually somewhat of a species complex. The appearance can vary greatly. In your pic I don't really see veil remnants on the stem.. typical ringed honey mushrooms will have blatant large rings on the stems. I do believe that I found that exact variety of honey mushroom earlier today. I don't have the pics uploaded to my computer yet but here are some pics from the past years.
And the ringless...
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