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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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Did you notice/photo the gills?
Don't you get tired of asking for more photos(to include spore bearing surface, stem etc) I do. Bit like the game "Guess Who" there is a minimum number of questions that must be asked or answerable from pics.
That considered "I'm as sure as I can be" based one one photo at distance that it LOOKS like L.nuda but IS IT L.nuda? Might not be but will never know ;-)
All given ID's are subject to error/ommissions. Please seek independent verification before acting on ANY advice given. BE SAFE =)
Oh yes the same question time after time does get a bit wearing but the alternative is to ignore the querie and that takes us nowhere. I suppose the other choice would be to point everyone of the single photos with no other information to the "View" section of the Fungus Forum where the important pointers to getting an id are given.
By the way Blackwolf don't think we are just getting at you on this, it is a problem of lots of posts on here.
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