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Tulostoma fibrillosum, which according to Arora “…lacks a tube (around the apical pore) but has practically smooth spores and a longer, coarsely hairy stalk.” If it is, would need microscopy for confirmation.
And need a dehydrated collection. Please post additional photos including a sliced specimen.
Cannot be Lycoperdon, as this has a small but noticeable stipe. So one of the sequestrate fungi probable. Can’t give a better suggestion yet, until I see the interior of the specimen. A VERY interesting collection!
Created: 2012-08-09 00:00:37 PDT (-0700)
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