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… I’ve added photos of the flush from which I observed the bioluminescence, and on second glance, they are clearly different. Color, growing location, and growing pattern led me to equate the two different species. “My bad.”
I’ve removed the former photos for the sake of accuracy and, I’ll be honest, to save face.
are not typical of Omphalotus. Maybe you had a mixed collection?
This looks a lot like a Gymnopilus. Bottom photo shows what appear to be brown spores,
Created: 2014-12-29 07:25:51 CET (+0100)
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