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For my area, they look like miniature duplicates.
small != not large
It was definitely at the base of a sycamore tree, I just wasnt totally sure that it was associated with it or just happened to pop up there.
Im shocked to hear of how big some of the Pisolithus you see are. I dont think the dry conditions here in Southern CA are very fungi friendly right now.
should be pretty easy to recognize by the seed pods it produces. Were these present?
Tiny Pisolithus, compared to what is found further north. Some of the sporocarps found this year were 8 inches above ground.
Created: 2014-11-21 14:26:31 EST (-0500)
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