Notes: Growing on ground under hardwoods.
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Thanks for all the help, everyone. I love learning new things about fungi!
this past late fall. Here’s one that looks a lot like your obs, Ann.
The only reason for my not posting as “I’d call it that” is that I had seen at least one other somewhat similar species of Scleroderma in the woods this past year. But S. citrinum seems very likely, as this is a very common species.
of the Scleroderma citrinum? With the spores all washed out?
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