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I’d say they were all Scleroderma, Sam. Need cross-section for certainty, though.
Looking at the picture w/multiples of these objects, you’ll see 3 lined up in a fairly horizontal row, all about the same size. Those there are earthballs (sometimes called puffballs, hence my revised answer to G. & L., but not related to regular puffballs). See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scleroderma_citrinum.
Now, the larger one above, and the tiny one below are not puffballs/earthballs, nor are they jerusalem artichokes. The picture depicting one object is also not anything mentioned in this paragraph. What could these be???
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