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    Had some 'shrooms pop up all over my garden....

    It's been dry for a god few months here in Auckland, but over the past week we've had a lot of rain! A lot of Auckland got flooded haha, but...

    I have had a load of mushrooms pop up in the garden. I've put some pictures up of the two different sorts... Does anyone know what they are?

    The non-pink one, looks like the flat topped mushrooms in the shops... But, unfortunately, shrooms isn't an area which I'm too knowledgeable in.

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    Best thing to do is not eat them till you do know what they are bud.
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    well I aren't that silly
    haha - I most likely won't eat them even if someone does tell me what they are, unless I see someone else eat them first :P haha
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    Aye just a formality, just incase we are wrong. My preps for moving to NZ are going to plan btw.
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    Ah yeah...

    If you do get out here, you will love it! If you don't manage to move out here, I'd definitely recommend a long holiday! Backpackers accommodation is dirtt cheap!

    If you need me to find out anything this end for you, just give me a inbox!
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    Well I'm starting my degree soon, my pals family all work for the DOC so are advising me on the best strategy for visas etc. I will PM you if I'm stuck though cheers.
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    Sweet man! Good luck with it all! What is the degree?
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    BSc (Hons) Countryside and Wildlife Management
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    Sounds like a pretty good degree! How long is it?
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    4 years in total but that's intensive study. It's a big topic to learn lol
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