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    I've generally heard that the less colourful it is the less likely it is to be poisonous. don't think this is entirely true though. I found an interesting mushroom the other day that had a cap which looked like a lychee. this was up in burrowra

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    Quote Originally Posted by survivalist View Post
    I've generally heard that the less colourful it is the less likely it is to be poisonous. don't think this is entirely true though. .....
    The problem with muhrooms/fungi is that there aren't any rules-of-thum for safe vs not safe.

    The best advice is not to eat any (which you are not certain about).

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    Death caps in the news again in Victoria.
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-05-0...ariety/8497638
    "Walk softly ...... listen long"

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