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I’m not a mushroomed, but it seems like I’ve heard to never eat any shroom with gills on the underneath side.
I could be wrong, but I could be right

The other thing is well worth keeping. It’s worth about ten bucks.
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There are some exceptions, such as parasol and horse mushrooms. And a few others. But I usually pass white mushrooms unless I recognize them easily.
I know them but for internet purposes people posting pics asking g what it is white on white is no no lol. That's all. Hell I know what they are and choose not to harvest them enough others without look alikes.
 

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Thanks, much appreciated!
I normally stick with what i know, morels in the spring, but this one had me curious.
So white on white, is referred to as stem / cap?
 

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Thanks, much appreciated!
I normally stick with what i know, morels in the spring, but this one had me curious.
So white on white, is referred to as stem / cap?
Without a spore print from the gills, just using the general characteristics of a veiled cap and a stalk that has a bulbous base, I would say it is an Aminita sp. of some kind. Most Aminitas are poisonous, some deadly poisonous.
 
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