LBMs in a damp area under pines. The nifty thing being the coral-pink gills when one is upturned (last photo).
Photo 1: Closeup for observation thumbnail, source photo 6.
Photo 2: Sept. 7, shows how they were scattered.
Photo 3: Close up of some of those from photo 2.
Photo 4: A cluster near some sticks, including the largest ones.
Photo 5: A few isolated ones away from the main group.
Photo 6: Same cluster as in photo 4, but three days later.
Photo 7: Closeup of gills of the top mushroom from photo 6.
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Created: 2008-09-12 20:14:17 CDT (-0400)
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