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Well, Metatrichia vesparium is a possibility, perhaps more likely to find in Canada – they don’t always have long stalks.
Well that would certainly explain the little dark, cup shaped growths next to the neon fuzz. Good call, I had something else in mind, but I have to agree with you now.
What do you think about Metatrichia horrida?
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