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Can anyone identify this fungus please?

posted on 08/10/2017 by jem1000

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Roland_C   on 09/10/17 @ 19:47 said:

I think it is the Brown Rollrim or Paxillus Involutus, which is very poinsonous.

Lazlo Woodbine   on 09/10/17 @ 23:27 said:

I didn't think so Roland but hard to tell without seeing the gills, stem and profile. Also need to know the area it was found in. I thought it was a trichloma agryraceum which is edible but not that tasty. Cardinal rule in mushroom foraging, if in doubt, don't eat.

Roland_C   on 10/10/17 @ 11:18 said:

I think it is difficult to be sure and I do not claim to be a fungi expert. The little of the gills that can can be seen appear to be brown.

jem1000   on 11/10/17 @ 18:20 said:

Thank you both for your suggestions

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