Notes: I may be id’ing this totally off base. I just found this late today, and only photographed it at home with a flash. Ive never seen this in 10 years, nor are they listed on the east coast. Any ideas?
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Rhizopogon sp. bounce like balls when you drop them onto a hard surface.
then you miss out on all my fabulous pictures…
Ron has posted some stuff (he has some good pictures…) I don’t remember if any other MO posters were there…
Sorry i dont have a facebook!
no, not here…. unless it’s a crappy picture.
will put some stuff on my Facebook.
going to be posting stuff from your trip to colorado?
NEMF had this on their checklist only once in the last 12 years… do you see it around noah? Possibly species roseolus. Please disreguard comments below.
Do you remember what trees are shrubs were nearby, especially those closest to where you found this? I don’t think this is Rhizopogon. It might be Martellia (now mostly Gymnomyces) or other erumpent usually hypogeous fungi. I think Scleroderma can be ruled out because the visible peridium is too thin. A closer look at the interior would help: I can’t tell whether the material is chambered (loculate) or not.
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