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Author 'Portouzi57' (Id 53399 ) : Here is a lovely colony of fungi which I do not know the name. Photo taken in a forest of moselle.

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EXIF : Brand: Nikon | Camera: Nikon Coolpix 4600
Aperture: f/4.9 | Exposure time: 1/45 s | ISO: 50 | Focal: 5.7 mm (eq. 34 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité ouverture (2) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (24) | Date: 20/08/2006 15:17:50
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> Agaricus augustus >Reply May 19, 2010
Hypholomafasciculare, or in a tuft Hypholoma, toxic, causes diarrhea, vomiting, latency: 30 min to 3 pm, but you do not cut it all! Very bitter, his brother, Hypholoma capnoides, good edible, nutty taste, (good) reserved for connoisseurs, amateurs, do not, because the error does not forgive! Ah I forgot! His 3rd brother, Hypholoma colored brick, is as toxic as the first, then, beware, there are also in this group, Hypholoma: marginatum, radicosum, subericaeum and elongated, they are not edible, but nontoxic ... (I know 600, and I have my license, in short, you have to make a passionate ...).
 Identification > Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 28, 2011
Hello Agaricus augustus,
The Hypholoma capnoides is not bitter, otherwise how could we say that it is a good edible ? It is Hypholoma fasciculare, which is very bitter, and dangerous for the health.
> Taureau >Reply Jul 18, 2009
: 3: Very nice picture can identify the species superbes!
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jan 15, 2008
Except error of my share, it seems to be out of the galley margined. This species of fungus can be recognized by his hat, convex, ochre-colored fawn solid then faded, his foot hail. Its flesh is yellowish and it spreads a strong smell of flour. Its growth in large troop on the old stem as shown so well in this photo also allows its identification. As it is very toxic (sorry Eva !), it should be good the spot and not to be confused with the pholiote changing (excellent edible).
 > Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 28, 2011
The galley margined, mortal, does not come as a troop of many individuals, but in small force, the opposite of the Pholiote changing, that is his look-alike and that, itself, is a good edible, enjoyed our friends, the germans, under the pretty name of Suppenpilz.
 > Author Portouzi57 [G] [P] [C] >Reply
Jan 15, 2008
I ate it just now...
This is NOT a joke, and thanks for the info on this fungus.
> Evalias >Reply Jan 14, 2008
I don't know if they are edible but if that is the case this is a nice fricassee of mushrooms with a view
The sun is a little strong on the left.
Belle colonie en vacances. (Almarie)
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