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Don’t think these are honeys but may be wrong… Found in northwest Arkansas on a stump in a field


ChadRT
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I think they’re a bit past their prime. They felt fairly dry and the stipes felt somewhat firm and woody. I found these on a stump in a field by a roadside. Temps have been in the 50s and we’ve been getting quite a bit of rain. I unfortunately didn’t get a spore print. You can see on the younger samples a sort of yellowish tinge they have to them  

 

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