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There are many cottonwood areas along the Columbia River that should produce these, but so far haven’t (that I know of). I’ll keep trying.
Yes these were very hard to spot despite there being perhaps a dozen of them within a 3 meter radius. We were actually looking for Agaricus bitorquis “humps” when we spotted these— thought at first they might be torqs. They had formed underground and were erupting through the soil but under the dense cover of cottonwood leaves. When we pushed the leaves aside we saw the openings shown in the second photo. When I dug one up I was surprised to see the subglobose shape. A harbinger of spring I guess—our temps now are mid 60’s days and upper 30’s to low 40’s nights.
this species eludes me. Is it usually erumpent (visible above ground level) or usually hypogeous (forming below ground) Terri/Donna?
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