Does anyone have a clue what this could be? It was found growing on a rotting oak in the Houston Texas area?
Cap measurements, I also have pictures of the gills if that would help
>>1410086>>1410088i don't know fuckall about mushrooms, but i just want to come in to say thank you for making high quality posts that actually have sufficient information in them for people to try to help you.
>>1410090Yeah holy shit spore prints and location
>>1410090>>1410108Thanks guys, I've been getting into the hobby and want to make sure I'm doing things the right way.
>>1410086Looks like a portabella. Fry it up
>>1410086Fawn mushroom would be my guess if it was near me. But not sure if yall Texas folk get themNot active either way, as 80% of mushroom threads are about that.
>>1410112>Thanks guys, I've been getting into the hobby and want to make sure I'm doing things the right way.>right way4channel is not it
>>1410086No stem? It's not active if that's what you're after>>1410260/out/ and /an/ have a few educated mycologists
>>1410254>>1410282>it's not activeThanks, but I was more just trying to identify it
imo it looks alot like a mushroom, cant confirmed tho.. need to feel and taste it
>>1410378Do you regularly feel and taste things that look like mushrooms? Asking for myself.
>>1410252Don't listen to this retard. Portobellos aren't even a wild mushroom, field mushrooms are the wild form of them and that looks nothing like one.>>1410112This is sad, but /r/mycology is far and away a better place for this kind of thing. You will have a hard time getting a decent ID here, and a lot of downright bullshit advice.
>>1410383How would i otherwise confirm its existens as being of the fungy-life
This is my fawn mushroom OP.