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inmert

White fuzz around the base of stem.

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inmert

What is that whitish blue thingy around the base of the bigger mushroom?

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Moonphase

Fat stem at the base.   Meaty.  Healthy.  Nice cluster.  Good job.  :headbang:

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MagicalCriminal

Looks like mycelium to me although usually white. Are they getting enough FAE? I have read that it will recede or stop climbing the stipe by increasing FAE.

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