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Offlinebraski
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Redmond find, help with ID
    #653558 - 05/30/02 02:31 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

Well, I was out for a drive and was passing by a big ass church complex with fresh mulch and saw about a couple hundred or so patches of these mushrooms. They do tint somewhat bluish green on the stems, and the spores are chocolaty, any help would be cool...

Yes I know these pictures suck, but oh well it's the best I can do for now...

(here is all of them together)


(This is half of a huge cluster, most of the ones I found were in huge clusters)


(some have split caps)




(the stems on some of then have turned dark-blue-green)


these little ones have blue-ish tint around the edges

Thanks in advance for any help, and if they are bunk then I will keep looking.

Braski~


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Re: Redmond find, help with ID [Re: braski]
    #653839 - 05/30/02 04:26 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

i have found those also, i found hundreds of them in a campground in fall city WA, i didnt seem to notice any blueing at all on these, but then again i didnt look that long at all cause they dont resemble any psilocybes i have seen, i found those clustered with a few other species, some of them had caps that where almost six inchs wide. some guy tole me they were some type of edible agarius(sp) but i didnt really trust him, he seemed really confuse


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Invisiblemikeofyle
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Re: Redmond find, help with ID [Re: braski]
    #654239 - 05/30/02 07:41 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

probably Agrocybe. the print's the right color. they don't blue though.


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