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Hello! Sorry for not having better/more images. My friend has recently discovered mushrooms near her apartment in Central Florida.

Best guesses I had were some kind of Boletus and maybe some Lobster mushrooms. For the Bloetus, maybe Sensibilis or Oliveisporus?
I cannot find any images online that look like these. But I am interested in what they are!! 🍄

Thank you in advance!! 

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Could be Boletus rubellus "Ruby Bolete. Edible but not great. Whatever they are, way to old for consumption. Your friend should never consume mushrooms without 100% identification. She's playing with her life.

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  • Vix522 changed the title to What are these? (Central Florida)

Thank you, MushroomGuru! I also thought they looked very old. I also agree with your warning & I have been advocating for more precautions. Appreciate your time & reply!!
(*you said edible, but not great... I don't think they look tasty at all so I'm wondering why she should even bother?!) 

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