Unidentified mushroom. Could be poison pie, so do not cosume large quantities or feed to your enemies!
Nice photo! I liked all your mushrooms!
Best regards from Greece, Despina
MUY BONITA FOTO Y FANTÁSTICA.
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Well done, I like! Best regards, Felix/loamvalley
Hello Despina, Domingo and Felix
Thanks for visit and L.
I am not sure, what these are, if anybody knows, please let me know!
very good exposure and contrast
warm greetings from Tehran, Hooman
How are you friend? I had this same problem when trying to name one of mine. It looks similar to several varieties. My guess would be Pleurotus dryinus although there are a couple other varieties at the same site that it could also be such as Gymnopus acervatus (Clustered Collybia) or the deadly Hebeloma crustuliniforme (Poison Pie). I hope this helps. As with any mushroom PLEASE do NOT eat it unless it has been identified by an expert. =) Excellent photo it is really hard to photograph lighter coloured mushrooms with clarity because they seem to have a luminance, but yours is perfect!! WELL DONE!! LIKE from me!
Happy Mushroon hunting from the country, GG
Hello Hooman and GG,
Thanks for visit, comments and Likes.
I will check it out GG, THANKS for your research.
I do not worry about poisoning. First, I lived a long happy live already and I usually serve it first to my girlfriend. ;-)), to see her reaction.
Tomas from Toronto
Beautiful shot Tomas!!! Did you eat it? Greetings from Brazil...
Leandro, did not eat this one. As GG said, if you not sure even of the name, there is no point to put your stomach through the test.
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I love mushrooms!!!!
Wonderful composition. L 11
Kind regards. Filipe.
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