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And the new photos prove it well!
I uploaded new pictures of the fungi.
Thank you. I will also post more pictures of my shiitake mushrooms.
is the serrated gills. You have to get very close to see those.
That said, these really don’t look like shiitake to me. I have some growing in my living room right now – the third fruiting since October. Usually shiitake has scales on the cap, and noticeable scales on the sides of the cap. The stipe (stem) should be woody and fibrous. The gills seen close up will be serrated, like the scalloped edge of a serrated knife. I’ll post photos of my shiitake again for comparison, Priyanka.
These are shiitake mushrooms.
Melanoleuca is known for crowded gills. Collybia has less crowded gills.
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