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The gilled polypore Lentinus crinitus or a closely related species. They are edible, but need a extended time of cooking to soften them up.

Lentinus Montana CP Dw Ms.jpg Macrolepiota capelariae displaying its impressive gillsThumbnailsThe bitter taste and rusty brown spores make this gorgeous mushroom likely a Gymnopilus species. Seen in Montana, Casanare, Colombia.Macrolepiota capelariae displaying its impressive gillsThumbnailsThe bitter taste and rusty brown spores make this gorgeous mushroom likely a Gymnopilus species. Seen in Montana, Casanare, Colombia.Macrolepiota capelariae displaying its impressive gillsThumbnailsThe bitter taste and rusty brown spores make this gorgeous mushroom likely a Gymnopilus species. Seen in Montana, Casanare, Colombia.Macrolepiota capelariae displaying its impressive gillsThumbnailsThe bitter taste and rusty brown spores make this gorgeous mushroom likely a Gymnopilus species. Seen in Montana, Casanare, Colombia.Macrolepiota capelariae displaying its impressive gillsThumbnailsThe bitter taste and rusty brown spores make this gorgeous mushroom likely a Gymnopilus species. Seen in Montana, Casanare, Colombia.
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