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7 thoughts on “WARNING”
have these shrooms that look like field pinks but are all white. what are they.
Hello, and welcome to Montana Mushrooms!
That is really not enough information to ID mushrooms. Send some pictures to my email: email@example.com or FB https://www.facebook.com/MontanaMushroom and I will help. Take a pic of the whole mushroom, including the base. A pic of the gills and of an unopened button cut lengthwise. All white mushrooms can be dangerous, especially if the gills are white and stay white.
Talk to you soon,
Hi Dean I was really curious if these mushrooms I picked were poisonous or not. I already sent you a few pics on gmail of what it looked like. If you need more pics just let me know! I really appreciate it! Thank you!
Just happened on your websight. Don,t know enough about it to make any judgment at this time. However I will take note of it. I it has to do with mushrooms I’ll probably like it.
The New York Mycological Society will be having its annual Morel Breakfast in 2 weeks. In the past I have been able to contribute local morels towards the breakfast. Not this year. Do you know where I can buy some Montana morels?
Do Chaqa Mushrooms grow on birch trees in Montana
Saw a short article on the large “puffball” type mushrooms that are wild in my yard. Someone asked if they were edible and I didn’t see the answer. Are they? Should I take a chance and pour a little Worcestershire on em?