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So, I’ve got these growing under a potted lemon tree, and have searched the net for reassurance that they’re edible, as they smell delicious. The closest I’ve found is below: “I guess they’re edible, too”. Can anyone give me more rousing assurance?
Who knew that there was a beautiful AND easily identifiable Melanoleuca sp?
The world is full of surprises…
Darvins got it. Alan, you might recall I brought some M. verrucipes to an MSSF meet about this time last year, and were deposited in Dennis Desjardins herbarium after positive identification. I guess they’re edible too. There are some really nice photos around the internet. I’ll post mine from last year, for the record.
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