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I wasn’t sure of the last photo was an in-situ or a posed arrangement.
It’s not often that I find the E. abortivum mushroom not in the presence of aborted Armillaria FBs.
Entoloma abortivum shown in bottom photo. Additional aborted specimens were found within 20 meters of this grouping. Armillaria mellea is widespread in the immediate area. An interesting discussion about the relationship between the two can be found on http://www.mushroomexpert.com/entoloma_abortivum.html. We tried the fresh aborted specimens and found them to be bitter despite cooking them “hard” as David Spahr suggests.
was in close proximity to the Entoloma mushrooms.
Come to think of it, these do have a distinctive odor, and taste.
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