Notes: Sorry, I put the wrong date and location initially. Corrected this today. These were found along a trail in Foothills Park, growing in leaf litter, mostly from coast live oaks.
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I don’t eat anything I don’t have much experience with, so no, not yet. I did dessicate some of them and saved them along with a prepared microscope slide of the spores for future reference. However, these mushrooms smelled good, so I am not so sure they are nebularis, which supposedly smell bad. There are so many clitocybe species in California! It can be daunting to identify them.
I know a guy from the PSMS who thinks they are great!
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