Last year, I photographed at least 11 different mushrooms growing right here on the farm. I wish there was a mycologist who could come and identify them and tell me if any are edible. Today's mushrooms are in the front yard of the bed and breakfast, right under an elm tree. They smell just like white button mushrooms, but do not look anything like some I have seen that might be edible. Over by the driveway entrance, there is another type with an orange spotted cap, also delicious looking. These ones under the elm tree are very dark brown as they age, are motley looking, but when they emerge and as they grow, they are very interesting, wouldn't you say?
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