Observation 21214: Gyromitra gigas (Krombh.) Cooke

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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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Macor
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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same as below
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inverted color to show the shape and wrinkles….same specimens as above
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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Macro
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps

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By: Johannes Harnisch (Johann Harnisch)
2009-05-25 16:03:53 CDT (-0500)

differs from Gyromitra esculenta in that the stalk is often almost as large as the head and almost tubular or with chambers….it also turns faintly (_almost debatably _) yellowish in KOH ….Gyromitra esculenta turns slightly pinkish…..and often smells stronger…

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