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Good one debbie.
both coasts and even points in between are all filled with fascinating fungi, if we just trouble to look…
the east has a huge variety of LBMs and a few colorful or otherwise distinctive showy mushrooms and the west has a middling variety of LBMs and a middling variety of colorful and distinctive mushrooms. :)
G lincoff saying the east coast had more species than west. If this is true, the west coast must have far more skill than the east in I’D and observation as it seems there is always something new popping up on these pages from that area b
or does California exist in some alternative fungal universe?
emphasis on the little. Just TRY finding them when they lack the caps, tho!
This is where those darned young-uns have the hunt advantage…their eyes are better, dag nab it.
Still, I do have two collections of these already, old eyes and all…;)
I had no idea such a thing existed.. new addition to my top 5 favorite mushrooms.
jealousy Walt… She is just pissed because the gang of youngin’s have been finding a lot of it and she isn’t
Debbie, what is the inside story? Trash shroom???
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