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  1. Serafin

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    Holy crap that's a big mushroom....or a tiny watch.
     
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    Lepiota or Amanita. Nice one! Did it leave a powder on you when touched?
     
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    No powder on these mushrooms, for about a month in the summer I get some huge ones like this.
     
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    it didn't grow there since all the grass is cut.

    so you put it there? ;)
     
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    can you eat that? :wav:






    nice photo aswell :)
     
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    Im pretty sure you cant eat those.

    No I didnt put the mushroom there. After a good rain those mushrooms can popup overnight. If you look real close you can almost see the other mushroom back left side of the pic.
     
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    ah ok, then the grass was nt freshly cut!

    i am sure you can eat it! but maybe only once ;)
     
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    You took the words right out of my mouth. :greenpbl:
     
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    ooohhh baby, what sort of kinky game is that? :p
     
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    Yoink! :wink:
     
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    Depending on the variation of Lepiota, if that is what it really is, you CAN eat it. If its a variation of Aminita, you can eat it then die from liver/and or kidney failure 3 days later... The little scales you see on the cap are leftovers of the "universal veil", a membrane that covers the fruit until maturation from an "egg-like" sac.
     

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