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because I wasn’t there, but to me these just don’t look parasitized or particularly rotted,
just because they were ‘gone the next day’ doesn’t mean they rotted in the ‘putrescent’ sense – Chanterelle buttons can abort and shrivel or otherwise become inconspicuous.
But this is really a hand-waving/smoke and mirrors type of evidence. We really just need a look under the cap…
Probably attacked by another fungus. Or hit by high temps and lack of substrate. Been pretty warm in LA? I heard in the 90s in the last 2 weeks?
These were practically gone by the next day.
where an indication of size could assist identification.
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