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  1. Have to see the print myself but was it actually yellow or just off white.
  2. Yea...yellow spore print is not armillaria. However they may have appeared a bit yellow if there was moisture present?
  3. Color of mushroom almost never matters to spore print color. I have once again changed my mind. Due to the club shape of the base of the stem I now feel pretty strongly that if these are armillaria they are most likely A. Gallica which are known to grow singularly or in small groups on rotting wood matter as well as on stumps/dying trees.
  4. Mu guess still remains with armillaria, however, with willow, aspen, maple, and conifers all together it would be hard to narrow it down to exactly what kind. Growing in the substrate (likely underground roots) seems to suggest armillaria tabescens. a yellow cream spore print seems a little off for armillaria though but if more cream still very possible.
  5. These look a lot like armillaria ostayae after a frost. What kind of trees nearby? Growing from a stump or buried root? Armillaria gallica is also a decent proposal.
  6. Not familiar with boletes from that part of the word. May Tylopilus?
  7. Very cool. Definitely some kind of LBM that got fused with this Hedgehog.
  8. Might be a good call then. Better safe than sorry if you're not familiar with honeys or deady gals.
  9. Definitely not a pine mushroom that's for sure. I agree with Dave on foetid Russula. Should smell pretty bad.
  10. Did you have a frost recently? Looks like armillaria after a frost. A picture of the top of the mushroom would help.
  11. Deadly gals are much smaller than Honey mushrooms and are smooth capped. However, if you are not confident you did the right thing.
  12. Definitely not armillaria, I am leaning towards wax cap myself.
  13. Armillaria Ostayae would be my guess.
  14. Did not know there are no C.Molybdites in BC, that's pretty cool. Makes Parasol hunting a lot safer.
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