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STOP Bad photos like this serve no purpose. They should never be on MO. They only make MO less useful. STOP this crap.
ball structure at all, just rhizomorphs/mycelium.
attached is the sclerotium which usually is immersed in the rotten fruitbody of the host, some Russula section Nigricantes. The sclerotium is a small round ball-like structure, hard and contains the other “fruitbody” in which the mushroom can survive during unfavorable season.
Such a thing does also possess Polyporus tuberaster.
What’s that the sclerotium? I searched but did not understand anything …
if a sclerotium is present or not?
C. cirrhata lacks sclerotium.
C. tuberosa has brown one.
C. cookei has yellow one.
C. racemosa is dendroid without sclerotium too.
Created: 2013-02-20 18:10:04 CET (+0100)
Last modified: 2013-02-20 20:36:50 CET (+0100)
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