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Location: Located on grasses throughout RV campground near beach.

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nookworm
nookworm

They grow in strings and rings.
Boletaceae - Bolete Family

Boletaceae - Bolete Family


Agaricomycetidae  Gill Subclass

Agaricomycetidae Gill Subclass
chlorophyllum molybdites

Agaricomycetidae  Gill Subclass (chlorophyllum molybdites)

Agaricomycetidae Gill Subclass (chlorophyllum molybdites)
chlorophyllum molybdites

Agaricomycetidae  Gill Subclass

Agaricomycetidae Gill Subclass
chlorophyllum molybdites

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NecrochildK
NecrochildK

Positively IDed the scaly white one through much searching as chlorophyllum molybdites. A bit poisonous as it causes severe gastrointestinal problems. Apparently one of the most common causes of mushroom poisoning in the US as people often mistake it for a shaggy parasol.
August 01, 2011
01:00:31
NecrochildK
NecrochildK

My wonder is if they're edible or not. We've got a lot of them lately in our own yard. Wondering what exactly they are.
July 31, 2011
18:59:47
gardengeek
gardengeek

The red ones look like Birch Boletes.. The white ones are some form of Agaric.
April 22, 2011
13:14:42

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