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Yard Shrooms (Gymno and ?)
    #986992 - 10/23/02 05:15 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)










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Re: Yard Shrooms (Gymno and ?) [Re: NCubensis]
    #987025 - 10/23/02 05:28 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

The first ones could be Gymnopilus. We would need to see the underside, and you need to get a spore print to confirm ID.

The other mushrooms are Lepiotas. I can't tell how big they are from the photo, but they don't look large. Some of the small Lepiota species are deadly poisonous, so do not eat!

Nice photos.

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Re: Yard Shrooms (Gymno and ?) [Re: NCubensis]
    #988369 - 10/24/02 02:12 AM (14 years, 9 months ago)

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Re: Yard Shrooms (Gymno and ?) [Re: NCubensis]
    #1065289 - 11/19/02 06:18 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

First pic, i don't believe they are spectabilis or gymnopilus at all, it could be the quality of the pic (no offense intended) but the texture of the cap is smooth, spectabilis as scales on the cap. Also if you look at the pin wich is almost unseen, you'll see it has a darker color than a mature fruitbody, spectabilis is quite the opposite, pins are bright yellow.
If it is a gym , i'll be more inclined to gymnopilus sapineus or gymnopilus luteocarneus. Anyway, those could possibly be boletus ratter than gyms, info about the underside of the cap is needed.

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