Notes: Ok, people found plenty this weekend of the normal looking P. gelatinosum. But these were brought in as a funny looking sample — brown tops and blue tones to the “teeth”. I should really post a number of the normal looking ones first before I post a different looking form, but anyway, here you go.
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