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Same Mushroom

Uploaded by: algoressister

Wednesday October 16, 2013

North Bend, OR (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The Milk Cap on the right, was right near the orange Lobster Mushroom on the left. They are the same mushroom, but the, orange, Lobster Mushroom is a Milk Cap that has been taken over by a parasite fungus. The parasite totally covers the Milk Cap, and then deforms it, until it is unrecognizable. It is edible, and many people find it delectable. It tastes, and smells, like lobster (fish), and the smell gets stronger with age.

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1. BriarCraft
12:37 AM GMT on October 21, 2013
You are quite knowledgeable about 'shrooms. I'm amazed at the variety you find to photograph and share with us.
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