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There sure were a  lot of mushrooms in Rocky Mountain National Park last summer. I don’t think I ever took notice of them before. I couldn’t believe the many varieties that I saw.

This one looked like a toasted marshmallow to me. What do you think? Does anyone know what kind it is? I’m not much of an expert on identifying mushrooms.

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3 Responses to “This Mushroom In Rocky Mountain National Park Looks Like A Toasted Marshmallow”

  1. Manny says:

    To me it suggests a mushroom that has been dipped in cream.

  2. scott mercer says:

    You sent me on a search. Great photo. Your photo is much better than in my guides and the online guides.

    Closest I can find is Amanita magniverrucata, the pine cone mushroom.

  3. Mel says:

    Scott, I went online to Google Images and it looks very much like one on the first page. Thanks! Mel

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