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Didn’t notice him until now. Also, you have either an elderly myxomycete or Xylariacious fungus sharing the frame with your spider’s agaric. Look for the black, resupinate stuff along the wood nearby.
These observation were made 8 days apart and in different locations (different part of the backyard), plus the fact that I went back to the pics later and I don’t know what I’m doing. This is the only scientific explanation I can think of. The last couple of pics look a little “Tim Burtonish” don’t you think?
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