Collection location: Del Mar, California, USA [Click for map]
so far in this area, pine vs. eucalyptus specimens seem to have
- chocolate brown vs. ochre brown spores
- some vs. few vertically shaped specimens
- 1.5" – 2" vs. 3" average mature specimen width
- little to no vs. much to little vivid root yellow
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it’s Pisolithus, Jacob. Not many puffball-like fungi with peridioles that are epigeous. ); Even fewer that are hypogeous.
Someone with an “I’d Call It That” species can vote “Could Be” on the “Pisolithus” suggestion, letting the species override it.
For now, I feel like it’s better to communicate it’s certainly Pisolithus.
I voted promising for Pisolithus, only because I’m hopeful we will eventually have a species for this. The genus is Pisolithus.
Created: 2014-09-17 14:25:01 JST (+0900)
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