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Large crimson cap lingzhi edible?

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Location: Newyork
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I went to upstate ny to hike and found these fellas here, however i'm not sure if they're edible since they had a ton of beetles with red dots on them and grey holes underneath them from grey larves(not to mention there were bubbles squirting out from some of the holes. Found them at warrick near the border of jersy. Are they really the expensive lingzhi they sell in chinatown that are edible?
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I agree. Here's the link: http://richsoil.com/cards
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