Edible mushrooms



Sarcodon imbricatus (Hawks Wing)

Edibility – Edible
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White king bolete

Edibility – Edible
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Aspen scaber stalk

Edibility – Edible
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The matte Jack, Lake’s bolete, or the western painted Suillus

Edibility – Edible
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Black Morel – Morchella elata

Edibility – Edible
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When in doubt, throw it out!