Notes: Multi grouping of pale green and cream colored fungi growing in tan bark on a north facing bank. There were three specimens growing with in a few feet of each other. They seem to become more of a cream color as they grow older I have observed them in consecutive days noting the changes. The first one I saw had more of the green to gray coloration. They have a somewhat translusent appearance. The gills are more cream colored than the caps or top of the fungi. Stipe is very short and firmly rooted in the soil beneath the tan bark. These are roughly the size of an ornamental cabbage. Very lovely.
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Created: 2009-09-19 16:52:38 SAST (+0200)
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