Purchased in the central market.
Found much higher up Pico de Orizaba.
Herbarium specimen in the “Orizaba 2012” bag.
I bought a half kilo for 60 pesos ($5 per lb). They were very good!!!
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The mushrooms to the right of the Morchella are Hebeloma, observation 114541. She was also selling Gomphus floccosus, Lepista flaccida (she she had a huge bag of those), Ramaria, Hygrophorus chrysodon (only one) and a couple others that I need to ID with a microscope.
presumably being sold as food. I see the photos are labeled “Hebeloma and Morchella.” Are some of these mushrooms Hebeloma? A few look like Hebeloma crustuliniforme… light brown adnexed gills, upper stipe with whitish flakes.
Are those large bushy mushrooms in the upper left of the 3rd photo down grifola?
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