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I’m just guessing really. I will scope them later tonight or tomorrow.
There is no horse manure and I don’t fertilized my lawn so I doubt they are cinctulus… they could be, although I’ve never seen cinctulus that are this color. They just look more like olivaceus than cinctulus to me.
you rule out P. cinctulus, Maynard? Looks like it could be that to me.
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