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Plants of Overlea

Bearded Tooth Mushroom found 10-31-2011 in Double Rock State Park

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Added by Tami E.
on May 6, 2012.


  • Charlie D.

    A fungus, Hericium erinaceus. Also called 'Lion's Mane Hericium', 'Old Man's beard'. Did you eat it? And yes, today IS a perfect time to begin.

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  • Tami E.

    After careful research across multiple resources, I learned that this was safe to eat, so I heartily did!

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