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As far as I know it’s native to Madagascar and was introduced into New Zealand and Australia in the 60’s.
in Amazonian forests, but nonetheless beautiful each time I find them. Shots of some intensely colored Bolivian specimens are en route once I get back to the digital darkroom.
I mean — it has pores.
More closely related to Mycena, here’s a link to another species in the same genus!
Here’s another one of Favolaschia calocera.
This is a strange one!
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