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The amount of debris on the top of the sporocarp suggests S. hypogaeum to me, which usually fruits underground but can become erumpent with maturity. It also have a very thick peridium, but I don’t know how many layers are in the peridium off-hand.
Most Sclerodermas that I know of are mycorrhizal. It therefore sometimes helps to know of any nearby trees or shrubs which could be possible host plants.
Created: 2012-09-02 15:58:10 CDT (-0400)
Last modified: 2012-09-02 15:58:12 CDT (-0400)
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