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    Post (Please help ID) Are these a type of Gymnopilus and if so what one

    So I went out for a walk around a rural area and came across some decent sized orange mushrooms, I was unsure of what they were so I did some research when I returned home. I found out that it is possible for Gymnopilus to grow around my area and that it was the right season for them to be growing, I pulled up 2 and left the largest in the ground, I quickly did a spore print overnight. The smaller one was a bit dry when I got to it and didn't leave a print even after putting water on it but the larger one was fine and gave a nice print, iv'e heard they are suppose to have a rusty orange spore print and that is exactly what I got, most visible on the largest one that I left has a stipe ring so from what I have seen i'm confident that this is a type of Gymnopilus but unsure of which.
    Thanks for any and all replies :)
    https://imgur.com/a/TFPLs
    Last edited by Goober1250; 09-04-2018 at 06:11 PM.

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