While potatoes and mushrooms are both types of edible organisms, they have distinct differences in appearance. Potatoes are starchy tubers that grow underground as part of the plant's root system. They typically have a round or oval shape with a rough, brownish skin. The flesh of a potato is usually white or yellowish.
On the other hand, mushrooms are a type of fungus that can have various shapes and sizes depending on the species. Most mushrooms have a stem and a cap, with the cap often having a dome or umbrella-like shape. The color, texture, and overall appearance of mushrooms can vary greatly, ranging from white to brown, and even vibrant colors like red or purple.
While there may be some superficial similarities between certain potato varieties and specific types of mushrooms, such as color or shape, in general, the two have distinct visual characteristics that set them apart.
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