Looks good enough to eat!!
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Somewhat ironic therefore, that I came across this wonderful group of fungai, which I have been trying to identify. My best guess is that it is from Hebeloma, probably crustuliniformis, but I am no way certain. Hopefully someone can put me right!
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It can't be Heboloma crustuliniforme as they grow on soil not on dead wood. Hope there are better informed people here to help with identification. I became interested myself.
As about eating them... I don't know if I'd have such a courage...
It's a nice picture of the fungi bit i ca't help you with the ID.
Well composed, good POV and details. I like the colours too.
A good and informative note.
Very well done.
- [2005-12-11 9:52]
Tricholomopsis Rutilans or one of the other less common and smaller species that grow on wood.
My nearest guess came from "Simon & Schuster's Guide to Mushrooms".
Edibility Can be eaten, but taste unpleasant. Note: This is not a positive ID, and my wife said, "I'm not eating anything you pick, unless you go with someone who really knows what they are doing." So, you have the same note of caution I've been given...;-)
As for the picture...Well...
It is very nice! If this picture was in my mushroom guide, I could have positively ID'd it...;-)
Thanks for sharing,
- [2005-12-11 10:14]
Very decorative fungis, but I would not dare to taste them!
Hi John, nice shot of this old cluster, you will have a very hard task with this ones. Even if you had more info on them, a gill&stem detailed shot, a section of a fruiting body, and a sporade, maybe something could be done, but very little info and only old fruiting body. As I am not an expert, my only chance is to find something similar in my books and is difficult to find a coincidence with a shot in this old stage.
Thanks very much for posting, hope to see more fungi soon :D
- [2005-12-31 10:26]
John, I am not shure this are eateble fungus. The best specialist is "fungimen" ,member of TN. Look for help on his page.
Picture is nice and interesting becouse of this large famili. Cleare, bright and to be short, it is good.