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Are you saying these will have adnate gills (or slightly decurrent gills in Arora) when mature? I blew the last photo up to huge, and cannot determine how gills attachment will end up. Fungi still way too immature: barely more than buttons at this stage.
has decurrent adnate gills
Russula brevipes (Short-stemmed Russula) which can also be parasitized by Hypomyces chrysospermum into something called Lobster mushroom.
If I’m right, and this is Russula brevipes, it is edible but not incredible. OTOH, if it gets parasitized by Lobster mushroom and is harvested while still pretty young (and smells like seafood) it can be quite good eating. I have several bags of Lobster mushroom in my freezer right now.
Created: 2014-09-15 23:52:06 CEST (+0200)
Last modified: 2014-09-16 17:44:48 CEST (+0200)
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