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aborted entoloma?


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I am pretty sure it is aborted entoloma since both recognizable honeys (pic 4) and entoloma with pinkish spores (pic 2 and 3) are present, but decided to post just in case since it is a first time I found it, about 10lb of blobs. Is it OK to cook blobs and developed entoloma together of is it better to separate them?

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Looks like a mixture of the aborted Armillaria fruit bodies, some almost normal Armillaria fruit bodies, and Entoloma abortivum mushrooms (gray ones). Note the pink spore print on the one cap. One problem with Entoloma abortivum is that different Entoloma species may grow nearby.

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