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AgataRaclawPrinii Kuehneromyces
Kuehneromyces commented on by AgataRaclawPrinii Iowa, USA7 years ago

I think it's honey fungus

AgataRaclawPrinii Parasol mushroom
Parasol mushroom commented on by AgataRaclawPrinii Selters (Westerwald), Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany7 years ago

They like open spaces:) It's just a baby,check how d big ones look like,they have ring and small volva but it's smaller than Amanita,leg is bit woody and hollow,u eat only d cap,fried in flour on butter is d nicest way:)

AgataRaclawPrinii Parasol mushroom
Parasol mushroom commented on by AgataRaclawPrinii Selters (Westerwald), Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany7 years ago

I think it's parasol mushroom,doesn't look like to me as from Amanita family,was it growing just on meadow/ edge of forest?

AgataRaclawPrinii Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AgataRaclawPrinii Rozendaal, Gelderland, Netherlands7 years ago

I think this is sparassis crispa, it smells a bit like walnuts,delicious!

AgataRaclawPrinii Primrose Brittlegill
Primrose Brittlegill commented on by AgataRaclawPrinii Ireland7 years ago

Alex I checked and its inedible one russula sardonia

AgataRaclawPrinii Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AgataRaclawPrinii Vail, Colorado, USA7 years ago

I think it's Sarcodon Imbricatus, tasty one:)

AgataRaclawPrinii Charcoal Burner
Charcoal Burner commented on by AgataRaclawPrinii Tennessee, USA7 years ago

Looks like Russula Aeruginea

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