I was found by a large mushroom on a walk maybe smurfs

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While walking in nature, he came across the waste of a stalk of grapes from which they made wine and put it off - they threw it into nature and a big mushroom sprouted

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here was quite overcrowded as grew from that thick drop

large and powerful mushrooms

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it's really big to me it's one of the bigger mushrooms I've seen

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this is a mushroom of the Boletus family and I haven't had a chance to see such a big mushroom I give it a little bit of a torn piece of hat to see what it will be

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otherwise that kind of I'm never sure if or not it's edible this one flooded

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however, it is nicer for me to see it in nature like this decorating the environment than to pick such a big mushroom when I'm not sure then it will stay in nature hehehe

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let it grow , there the dream dug a little to see what the stem looks like

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odo let alone grow in this little petting nature and you n HIVE to show this big mushroom

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with my work walks, photos and some text , and strongly the remains of grapes are thrown into nature is not terrible but it would not matter if there was no other garbage.

Either way. Cheers Mushrooms .

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Holy cow that thing is huge. Red stem, yellow pores and brownish cap, I wonder which bolete this is... Maybe Boletus smithii but I don't see it staining blue so who knows what it is...

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It is a very large mushroom and it is not edible where I broke off the light blue, and those who understand mushrooms said that it is not edible, but they did not tell me what kind of mushroom it is.
;))

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If the cap was white I would say its Rubroboletus satanus but yours appears to be more brown.

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Brown red maybe I'll find another one so I'll try to take more photos ;))

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Some of these blue staining boletes can be eaten if they are parboiled and the water thrown away then cooked again. Though there is the risk of still getting a stomach ache after eating it.

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Very romantic and impetuous culinary cooking of this kind of food is only for pure survival and maybe ... but it is good and instructive to know ;))

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Who knows maybe I should make some wine from them hehehe ;))

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However, whatever the coffees are, they change their color a lot, it works great for me ;))

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How brutal that mushroom is, it is very great, I love it, what kind of mushroom it will be, I also have that doubt, I like these types of post that one is on the road, success with your post, happy day.

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Ode to a large rare mushroom to find on something like that, it’s good to have them when it rains lightly ;))

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She is very nice and there is a lot to see good works and nature ;))

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It looks familiar but can't recall what it's called.

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For now, it is difficult to answer that question, perhaps one day ;))

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This giant mushroom came from Mars!! Incredible thing on earth! LoL

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For now, it is difficult for me to help in that regard, maybe one day I will find out more ;))

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I wonder which one it is ? Luridus? It stains blue. Did youtry a piece and spit it out?

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