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tai haku

mushroom id

Huge flush of these forcing their way through grass clippings on a hedge bank near my house. Can anyone help me with an ID

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bubble

very old and very inedible clouded agarics [Clitocybe nebularis]
wildfoodie

Those ones look old, but I often pick and eat young clouded agarics. They are very tasty but avoided by many, mainly because Roger said so. Smile
bubble

Those ones look old, but I often pick and eat young clouded agarics. They are very tasty but avoided by many, mainly because Roger said so. Smile
they are avoided by a lot of people because they are perfumed ,sickly,and also when they are about there also many [I mean tens] good edible species that for me are way ahead of them!!!If they were the only ones available I may get used to eating them.
tai haku

very old and very inedible clouded agarics [Clitocybe nebularis]


thanks. After getting home with a nice "breakfast sized" basket of them I proceeded to rule out all the edible species I could so it's good to know I didn't miss anything good!
Jamanda

Those ones look old, but I often pick and eat young clouded agarics. They are very tasty but avoided by many, mainly because Roger said so. Smile they are avoided by a lot of people because they are perfumed ,sickly,and also when they are about there also many [I mean tens] good edible species that for me are way ahead of them!!!If they were the only ones available I may get used to eating them.

Horses for courses. Wildfoodie likes them, you don't. But don't they make some people feel sick too?
bubble

Those ones look old, but I often pick and eat young clouded agarics. They are very tasty but avoided by many, mainly because Roger said so. Smile they are avoided by a lot of people because they are perfumed ,sickly,and also when they are about there also many [I mean tens] good edible species that for me are way ahead of them!!!If they were the only ones available I may get used to eating them.

Horses for courses. Wildfoodie likes them, you don't. But don't they make some people feel sick too? apparently they can make some people ill, no one has ever tested whether its psychosomatic or a chemical reaction .I've never got as far as tasting because of the smell!!![I eat 66+ different kinds of wild mushrooms] Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Jamanda

I don't think it's edible, but does anyone know what this could be?


tai haku



Horses for courses. Wildfoodie likes them, you don't. But don't they make some people feel sick too? apparently they can make some people ill, no one has ever tested whether its psychosomatic or a chemical reaction .I've never got as far as tasting because of the smell!!![I eat 66+ different kinds of wild mushrooms] Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy[/quote]

I thought they smelled quite nice raw!
bubble

I don't think it's edible, but does anyone know what this could be?


if its growing off a dead tree stump it could be a Pluteus possibly a P.cervinus Jamanda

Yes it was on a dead stump. Thanks.
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