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  • Unidentified

    14 Jun 2018Peter Clark

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    1. Peter Clark  2 pix.....

      Reply • 24 Jun 2018

    2. John Walter  This is the same image as your posting on June 14 - see my comments on that image, possibly Marasmius oreades

      Reply • 24 Jun 2018

  • Unidentified

    14 Jun 2018Peter Clark

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    1. Peter Clark  3 pix....fungi..

      Reply • 14 Jun 2018

    2. John Walter  This is not Psilocybe subaeruginosa. There is no risk or danger in touching fungi, even toxic or psychoactive ones, but of course, it is good practice to wash your hands after handling anything. It is not possible to positively identify this without a look at the underside but it is remarkably like Marasmius oreades which grows in fairy rings on lawns and the like.

      Reply • 22 Jun 2018