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I think I know but I haven’t been able to get someone else to clarify in person. Do not bruise brown, in my wood chip garden...
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Buff spore print.
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looks like the wood blewits i have growing near my compost pile. i think they have a buff print. google it to be sure. they are tasty.
 
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yep. they are blewits. pale pinkish buff spore print. enjoy!
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