**Wild Fungi**

PadawanWarrior

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That's what I'm trying to do. I'm new to this subject matter, as well as people who know anything about it, so I'm reaching out.
The problem with mushrooms is you really have to be an expert. There can be 2 different types that practically look identical, but one may kill you and the other might be safe. When I picked mushrooms in WA I knew exactly what I was looking for. We only picked Psilocybe cubensis blue ringers because of the dangers of picking wild shrooms.
 

JoeBlow5823

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The problem with mushrooms is you really have to be an expert. There can be 2 different types that practically look identical, but one may kill you and the other might be safe. When I picked mushrooms in WA I knew exactly what I was looking for. We only picked Psilocybe cubensis blue ringers because of the dangers of picking wild shrooms.
Thats where i would get an expert involved. Let them pick and take anything they want and mark the edible ones and what they are so the next time they fruit, you can eat em!
 
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