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Author 'Dolly' (Id 19007 ) : What is fungus? the designs are original, is it edible? There are full in my garden then if it can eat, I'd rather know! : 19:



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EXIF : Brand: KONICA MINOLTA | Camera: Konica Minolta Dimage A200
Aperture: f/3.5 | Exposure time: 1/200 s | ISO: 100 | Focal: 50.8 mm | Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité ouverture (2) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 15/10/2006 16:06:03
2006 10 15 large 16h06m03: 8 Comment(s) | Good + (3.69/5) | 7 Avis de visiteur
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> Alberte >Reply Nov 16, 2011
the coulemelle is an excellent fungus (family lépiotes) but be careful not to be confused with the fly agaric panther, it is fatal ! Do not pick too young not to be confused.
 
> Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 23, 2011
This fungus belongs to Lepiota groups macrolepiota or Chlorophyllum. But the appearance of the hat does not please me.
 
 > Author Dolly [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Apr 24, 2011
 
You mean not edible: 16: or is the picture? : 16:: 16:
 
 > Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 24, 2011
 
+: Hello,
Well, I think that it is on the side of a Chlorophyllum brunneum (ex macrolepiota rhacodes var. Hortensis) a little abâtardi. Don't give me the urge to eat. This one, I would have left on the ground.

-:Hello, Well, I think we're on the side of a Chlorophyllum brunneum (ex macrolepiota rhacodes var. Hortensis) a little debased. Do not give me want to eat. That one, I would have left the field.
 
> Nicole56 >Reply Oct 16, 2010
The site is beautiful, I was looking for a mushroom that grows under the tree, it looks like pink and grows in groups around the feet of fir, yet this is no longer too wet soil, it has good character this fungus. : 19: It is very good too, with Coullemelle, it is sure to enjoy tonight. If you know what it is this fungus, thank you in advance. : 16: Bonne continuation with the site.
 
> Bea02400c >Reply Sep 15, 2010
You take it with gloves and put it in a plastic bag and you can go see your pharmacist, he will tell you if the mushroom is edible or inedible.
 
> Papillon jaune >Reply Sep 13, 2008
Bravo KARIMO. You gave the exact answer. You should NEVER pick a parasol with a CAP OF LESS THAN 10 CENTIMETERS.
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> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jan 30, 2007
The Parasol high or Coulemelle is a good mushroom, especially when young. It appears in the hit-parade of the mushrooms. Very common everywhere in France, it is found under conifers or in the near. Its flavor and smell remind of those of those of the hazelnut. Tip : cooked on the grill, it has the best flavor. Nice catch !
 
> Fabrice de nancy >Reply Jan 04, 2007
Your mushroom is edible : it is a lepiotes high ; when you have a doubt, go see your pharmacist. Good picking.
 
> Karimo38Afree.fr >Reply Nov 22, 2006
Li is true that it looks like the coulemelle, but they should not be eating if there are not more than 10cm, to avoid any confusion with the lepiotes which can be fatal(lepiote helveola, brown-incarnation...) very nice photo.
 
> Gabrielledenice >Reply Nov 08, 2006
For me it is a parasol ragged, next to the parasol high, white flesh that blushes in the break, lamellae white, set well apart of the foot, hat covered with plates frayed, the foot more stocky separable from the cap is not mâchuré small brown patches as coulemelle, excellent edible, considered by some to be more late than that, bon appetite !
 
> Baggio >Reply Oct 31, 2006
For me also it is a coulemelle. To see if it is edible : checks the height of the foot (20-30cm, the varieties below 10cm are toxic) and especially the presence of a ring, which must be mobile (sliding) around the foot. Finally, eat the early (coated with beaten egg or grilled with garlic and parsley) when the slats are still white.
 
> Persianne_One >Reply Oct 18, 2006
this is superb !!! Lovely designs on this fungus What is the gradient of colours !!
 
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 17, 2006
It really is beautiful this fungus and you photgraphié.
 
> Fanfan [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 17, 2006
For me it is a coulemelle. Edible mushroom , the flavour of hazelnut which it agrees not to enjoy the hat, the foot being too fibrous and tough. The real name is. The parasol High. It grows in small troops in the prairie on the edge of the wood, among the heather, ferns, season until October , bravo ! And a good appetite Dolly. fanfan.
 
> Fifie34 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 16, 2006
To find out, you watch sun in your pharmacist and, if they are edible, good appetite !
 
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