Observation 64836: Fungi Bartl.
When: 2011-03-27
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Buried in decaying log debris, these were very tough and hard, but when cracked open somewhat hollow on the inside. I was thinking they might be immature stinkhorn eggs….?

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Recognized by sight: Small size, clustered growth and connected with white strands of hyphae.

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Glomus has some of the largest spores in the fungal kingdom.
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2011-04-09 02:24:16 CEST (+0200)

Spores should normally be visible with the naked eye, similar to Endogone.

possibly
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2011-03-28 03:29:47 CEST (+0200)

some very rhizomorphic, petrified, peridiole-less bird nests? the top two in the second photo vaguely look like unopened Cyathus.

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