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{Fall} Bricktop or Cinnamon Cap (when young?) (don't confuse with the poisonous Sulfur Tuft mushroom which has yellow gills)

Bricktop or Cinnamon Cap (don't confuse with the poisonous Sulfur Tuft mushroom which has yellow gills)

fungi Oh these are Caesar's Mushroom, it is a highly regarded edible mushroom in the genus Amanita. We had a spot where they grew every year when I was a child...Gorgeous mushrooms that grows from what looks like an egg!

Caesar's Mushroom - highly regarded edible mushroom in the usually toxic genus Amanita.

Amanita jacksonii ~ By Renée Lebeuf

Jackson’s Slender Caesar - Amanita jacksonii Amanita jacksonii (Amanitaceae) is an impressive North American mushroom, distributed from the province of Québec, in Canada, to the state of Hidalgo, Mexico.

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Mycena pura, commonly known as the lilac bonnet ~ Photo by tormento&estasi on flickr

Mycena pura, commonly known as the lilac bonnet ~ Photo by tormento&estasi on flickr

Credit: JJ Harrison Several Marasmius elegans fruit bodies, photographed in Wielangta Forest, Tasmania.

The Velvet Parachute (Marasmius elegans) is one of about 500 species of mushroom in the Marasmius genus of agarics.

Mushrooms by Christian Hacker https://www.flickr.com/photos/gigiwallace/6171741326/

Mushrooms - Plodda Falls near Cannich, in the Highlands by Christian Hacker

conocybe appendiculata | andré de kesel

conocybe appendiculata | andré de kesel

Amantia

Amantia

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