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If growing on cellulose-rich substrate, such as straw, pine needles, paper, or dung would say likely P. vesiculosa. Can have a bluish tint to the edges under certain growing conditions. Common in my area growing on Zoo Doo, or dried elephant dung marketed by Portland Zoo. I have also collected it on wheat straw, baled ryegrass straw, and observed it at my neighbor’s front yard after they mulched a flower bed with wheat straw. Fairly cosmopolitan, at least in my area.
I found these a different place they are different, shall I delete them or leave them to compare whith the above
Photos 23776 and 23777 look more straw colored and too inrolled for R. repanda. Maybe P. vesiculosa?
Created: 2008-10-04 02:15:21 CEST (+0200)
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