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what are these?
    #867548 - 09/06/02 04:32 PM (15 years, 11 months ago)

here are some shrooms growing in my yard. Does anyone know what kind they resemble?

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Re: what are these? [Re: Acidbear]
    #867562 - 09/06/02 04:45 PM (15 years, 11 months ago)

Looks to me like a resemblence of amanita pantherina. Could also be a species of Lepiota.


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Re: what are these? [Re: Acidbear]
    #867752 - 09/06/02 07:33 PM (15 years, 11 months ago)

First one is some sort of Amanita, looks very very similar to A. virosa, deadly. Do not eat under any circumstances

Second one... Collybia maybe? Not active.

Thrid is another Amanita, not sure what species, but don't mess with it. Amanitas are THE WORST genus to experiment with.


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Re: what are these? [Re: Acidbear]
    #867897 - 09/06/02 09:28 PM (15 years, 11 months ago)

The first one looks like an Amanita. We need to see the base of the stem to have a chance of an ID to species. Dig the base up and be careful to get the whole thing as undamaged as possible (some Amanitas like this have bases that extend into the ground like a taproot).

The second looks a lot like Collybia dryophila. Are there oak trees close nearby? A photo of the underside of the mushroom would be helpful for IDing.

The third looks like another (different) Amanita. As with the other, we need to see the base of the stem for an accurate ID.


If you can post photos as mentioned above, I'll be happy to take a shot at IDing them. The photos you've posted so far are of good quality. Keep it up!


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