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The Fungus Among Us
- Polyporellus squamosus -
(No. 1) The polyporellus squamosus is considered edible, in the general sense of the term, but because it has such a penetrating acid flour smell and has such tough flesh, it is considered of little culinary value; however, this one looks like it has served as the "dining hall" for someone.
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