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Roadside find in Tas

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Hi found these today whilst out and about today. Some staining on the stem and maybe top. Can anyone help with an ID?

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I'd like to see the stem and gills on the little guy, but looking like P. subaeruginosa to me. 

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Thanks for the input Wile E, took some more pics, will hopefully help??

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From what I can see you have picked two mushrooms. I'm pretty confident the one with cuts in the cap is P. sub. Can you post an image of the stem and gills on the mushroom without cuts in the cap?

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Thanks Wile E, best not eat them then...

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Look like dried up subaeruginosa to me, but when youre in doubt its best to throw them out, especially when its only two small ones :)

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Been barely consistently cold enough for fruiting up north...When it should be. Only have stumbled across a few when hunting saffron caps, and they've been sparse. 

 

Maybe the boom is to come... 

 

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Certainly has been a funny ole winter down here too WB.

2 hours ago, waterboy 2.0 said:

Been barely consistently cold enough for fruiting up north.

 

 

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