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Is this coprinellus micaceus?


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Thank you Johny for the response! I'm actually going to leave these for now until I am 100% sure :)  And anyway, they are very close the the roadside and I read that coprinellus micaecus can accumulate heavy metals when next to roadsides. 

Thanks bobby b! I am looking forward to trying them in the future. 

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Thanks, Dave, for the tip. I am definitely not eating these specific shrooms as I read on wikipedia that coprinellus micaeus especially absorb heavy metals, thereby making roadside pollution much worse. I will be on the lookout for more of these in safer places, though. 

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