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Antrenom

Cautious First Timer in need of advice - Victoria

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Hello fellow mycology enthusiasts,

I am currently on holiday and am totally new to this field and area, I know that tis' the season I happened to stumble across these in my travels.

Anyone who is experienced know if these are safe, or just look alikes, any advice is very much appreciated.

Thanks in advance everyone!

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Nothing there you'd want to be eating. You've got a couple of species there too.

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When psychoactive mushrooms are bruised the bruised area becomes blue.

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When psychoactive mushrooms are bruised the bruised area becomes blue.

As do other mushrooms. It's a nice indicator, but not conclusive.

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Alright thanks everyone, will give these a miss as they did not show any sign of bruising, be sure to remember this the next time I am on the hunt, they're certainly interesting looking fungi, had a rusty brown spore print anyone know what species they might be?

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Rusty brown says Galerina to me, but I am very inexperienced.

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