Notes: Growing beneath Cupressus macrocarpa. Brain-like, hence the species name.
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Yeah, it’s the best one I have ever seen. I photographed a few others in the same area and they have only a few faint wrinkles around the base.
I wonder what it’s IQ is, lol!
I see what we been calling the same species here and wow your is really brain like. I have never seen it look that much like a brain.
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