Too early for a trooping funnel ?

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Colin Rennie
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Too early for a trooping funnel ?

Post by Colin Rennie » Mon Sep 21, 2020 10:51 pm

Hey totally new here so hope I'm getting it right

Found this with a small group. About 10. Under Scots pine and oak in woods near Newcastle .

It's quite firm . Stout stipe. Has an umbo and is buff off white. Cap is about 8 cm across. Was wondering if this is an early trooping funnel. I've seen them before but not his early .

Any ideas ? Many thanks

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Re: Too early for a trooping funnel ?

Post by adampembs » Thu Oct 22, 2020 10:21 pm

Please take a moment to read Edibility Requests
While you haven't stated you want to eat this, the fact it is on a kitchen unit, not in its wild habitat, and that Trooping Funnel is an edible species, leads me to think you are intending to eat it. Perhaps as your next post , you could ask for an ID for a non-edible fungus? Oh and not take it home unless you intend to do microscopic dissection or chemical tests.

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