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are there any pictures of the fertile upper portion of the fruiting body?
The habitat was very rocky soil with mostly oak and wild blueberry bushes around. They were under quite a bit of leaf litter. I had just happened upon them because my dog was sniffing where they were so I got curious and there they were.
and if truly buried 2 inches deep, would have to be a caterpillar that normally is found to at least 2 inches deep. Not certain about Missouri, but that might make it something like a cutworm here. Was there grass growing nearby?
Created: 2010-03-27 21:59:12 CDT (-0400)
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