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but it is great, no doubt, and greater still because of posters like you. There are corners of the world where color photos of fungi simply do not exist, or scarcely at best. Far as I can tell, Lebanon is one of those corners. Thank you for your contributions to Mushroom Observer, Nelly (even the rotten ones!).
Thought the decomposition process might be proper to this mushroom, the way it ages…
I know really very little about these wonderful creatures,
I have been fascinated by them ever since I was a child but never had the time.
I enjoy very much taking their pictures, learning about them,
and I could not imagine that near me there might be such a variety.
I appreciate very much your dedication and knowledge…
Your website is great.
these are much, much, let me repeat:
too old to ID. there’s nothing left but a pile of mushroom guts…
Created: 2012-12-12 19:43:53 CET (+0100)
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