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Description:

- Weighs several pounds - sweet smell - fell apart into flat sheets

Habitat:

Pine forest Found next to pine stump

Notes:

Sparassis brevipes?

1 Species ID Suggestions

iisevensii
iisevensii 2 years ago
Cauliflower Mushroom
Sparassis spathulata Sparassis spathulata and Sparassis crispa (MushroomExpert.Com)


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4 Comments

Yes it can be that one to,fungi are allways dificult to id by photos and some species only with microscopic photos of the spores

iisevensii
iisevensii 2 years ago

I'm not positive but it does look like sparassis spathulata

Hello Berryl and Welcome to the Project Noah community!
Yes it look's like a Sparassis brevipes
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Berryl
Berryl 2 years ago

I ate a small amount, but someone told me it might not be sparassis. Can anyone confirm?

Berryl
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Berryl

Ruston, Louisiana, USA

Spotted on Nov 3, 2018
Submitted on Nov 7, 2018

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