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Inky Cap in the blueberry barrel?

 
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We have shroons popping up in one of the 55 gallon barrel planters.
The kid and wife think they are inky cap mushrooms.
Right now, the only other thing growing in it is a blueberry bush, which seems to be doing quite well this year.

We are not gonna eat the shoons, but I was wondering if there is anything else to do with them, or  maybe to learn from them?
Should I spread them to the other barrels?
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