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6 minutes ago, Dean1984 said:

Thanks for that emoji106.png just thought it looked very strange.

Never judge a book by its cover 😊

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9 minutes ago, Dean1984 said:

Thanks for that emoji106.png just thought it looked very strange.

Looks very edible to me. If you can post a picture after a couple of days.

 

What tree are they on?

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Not sure what wood, was just cutting up fire wood when I noticed it. I will see if it’s still there tomorrow after my mad saw session

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3 hours ago, Dean1984 said:

Thanks for that emoji106.png just thought it looked very strange.

Emerging things can often look quite strange. such as this Pholiota aurivella157422719_Pholiotaaurivella.thumb.JPG.66e36c0d07be6b8681bd61e3f4fbc92d.JPG

 

3 hours ago, Paul in the woods said:

Looks very edible to me. If you can post a picture after a couple of days.

 

What tree are they on?

Wood looks like lime perhaps?

I don't like mushrooms either but know a lot of foragers who would be chuffed to find at this nice fresh stage

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