Coastal grassland on cliff top
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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If it had a smell/colour change then it might have been A. bernardii. Sometimes colour changes take a while, not sure how long A. bernardii takes. Smell usually fairly obvious but sometimes fungal smells are less clear cut and different people can say they smell like different things.
I have cut some in half and had no instant colour change but when I have got home to start taking spore prints I then noticed a colour change in the stem.I also had one that changed colour after about twenty minutes and some seem to have a more distinctive smell once in the home when drying out.I have probably just confused everyone on this matter but it is worth knowing.
I must say the book I bought on the Genus Agaric us is very useful and all I need now is the fungi to identify.
I will try to be more careful and observant and also collect some material to take home and study further.
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