Caution: Do NOT use iSpot to identify fungi to eat!
Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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You cannot tell the species of Crepidotus without a microscope. C. variabilis and C.cesatii look alike, but have different shaped spores. I've found more of the latter than the former.
Personally I was not aware of C. cesatii as I'd checked my own observations in Jordan's (which doesn't include it). Since your comment I've seen your point made both in Collins and Philips so I will remove my agreement.
Sorry for being misleading, it was unintentional.
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A spore sample has been examined by a mycologist, and confirmed to be C. variabilis
I can now put my agreement back!!!
It's nice to have a definite ID, but it is worth checking. That's the problem with trying to ID fungi from photos. Even the best photos can't tell you enough in many cases.
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