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    Mushroom ID

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    Had more pics, but can't get my 'scat' together on posting! Peel-able but bleeds blue when cut. Side root and Tripe looking yellow bottom.....
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    Guys Guys Guys! I'm not eating based on anyone's opinion here! 45 views and not one comment? Don't be afraid! I'm thinking it's a 'Bolete' of some kind. There are editable and Non editable. I'm thinking this is a "Bad" one!

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    Not trying to ignore you but this is far from my little skew of expertise! I am surprised someone hasn't posted up and schooled us yet though...Lots of random knowledge on here usually.
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    I know of 2 kinds that can be eaten.
    1-the sponge type that grows in the spring. Murals? Misspelled.
    2-the kind we buy in a store.
    Have no idea what you posted is called.
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    I agree the best place to harvest them is in the Produce Dept.! :-)
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    I really have no clue , but I am curious what it is .

    Maybe call your county extension service & see if they know of an "expert" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    I know of 2 kinds that can be eaten.
    1-the sponge type that grows in the spring. Murals? Misspelled.
    2-the kind we buy in a store.
    Have no idea what you posted is called.
    I think your thinking of Morels, Levi......... and my spelling may be wrong too! :-)
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    After a bit of googling, it think we need to see the side view and have a look under the cap to properly ID.
    But I'll take a stab based on what you've posted, take a look at this link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty370 View Post
    I think your thinking of Morels, Levi......... and my spelling may be wrong too! :-)
    Yep, however it's spelled it is great with eggs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterThanATonka View Post
    After a bit of googling, it think we need to see the side view and have a look under the cap to properly ID.
    But I'll take a stab based on what you've posted, take a look at this link.
    Helpful link Levi, and thank you! I think I'm going to "Pass" on eating them............ :-) That last Picture is under the 'Cap'........Was Yellow with a 'Tripe' looking aka Cheese Cloth' texture. but turned Blue, when bruised.......... I'm saying 'No Go' for me, anyway.........
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