It's a Fugus that is good to eat, what is it?

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Real Estate Agent with First Weber Hedeman Group

 

From Scott Larson of Towne Square Realty in Monroe, Wisconsin

"Your Realtor of the Region"

E- Mail scott@greencountyhomeguide.com

On the web at www.greencountyhomeguide.com

I think you will be surprised how affordable the Dairyland is,

so come to my land of cows and plows and visit for a day, but stay for a lifetime

608-2124-9844 Direct

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Rainer
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Karen Burket
Bank of Oregon a division of Willamette Valley Bank - Medford, OR
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Morel mushroom it appears!  :-)

May 12, 2011 09:23 AM #1
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Maggie McFarland
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I have no idea what kind of mushroom but that's a neat photo!

May 12, 2011 02:01 PM #2
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Keith Gilkey
Re/Max Chesapeake - Elkton, MD
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Scott, Looks land coral to me but I made that up! I would want to see someone eat it first! don't take any chances. Have a great weekend.

May 13, 2011 12:51 AM #3
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Scott Larson
First Weber Hedeman Group - Monroe, WI
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Karen you are correct and they are great to eat. People pay up to $30 a pound for this treat

May 13, 2011 05:28 AM #4
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Kristin Johnston - REALTOR®
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Wow..that is a fancy looking mushroom...so did you pick it and eat it or just leave it there?

May 15, 2011 02:32 AM #5
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Karen Burket
Bank of Oregon a division of Willamette Valley Bank - Medford, OR
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Hi Scott.  Out in the surrounding hills of Southern Oregon, Morels are quite plentiful.  Yes, and SPENDY too!  All the best!

May 17, 2011 06:14 AM #6
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