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Re: HUGE FUCKING SHROOM!(pics)
    #76412 - 06/26/00 02:05 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

I'm guessing either~Agaricus abruptibulbus~
Wich fruits in eastern canada and the us summer through fall in soil under hard woods or it may be ~Agaricus sylvicola~ wich friuts late spring to fall in soil in coniferous and hardwood forests.

(damn my spelling.. lol)

[This message has been edited by Charles (edited June 26, 2000).]



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Re: HUGE FUCKING SHROOM!(pics)
    #76414 - 06/26/00 02:08 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

Looks like Agaricus arvensis

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Re: HUGE FUCKING SHROOM!(pics)
    #76415 - 06/26/00 02:14 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

my god mj I think your right.. I let that one slip bye me.. lol sholud have thought about the size b4 I posted..


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Re: HUGE FUCKING SHROOM!(pics)
    #76416 - 06/26/00 02:19 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

Edible?

aooops, nevermind answered my own question:

Edibility
Excellent, though not as meaty as Agaricus augustus or A. bitorquis

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Re: HUGE FUCKING SHROOM!(pics)
    #76417 - 06/26/00 02:28 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

Yes, but if it is ~Agaricus sylvicola~ wich I doubt it is now you sholud avoid it. It has been known to cause some cases of poisining but if its ~Agaricus arvensis~ then yes eat up.. :smile: But you sholud always be catutious when eating yellow staining Agaricus becuse of the posibilty of confusing it with A.sylvicola


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Re: HUGE FUCKING SHROOM!(pics)
    #76418 - 06/28/00 06:27 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

If it smells foul when fresh, don't eat it (obviously).


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