These images were taken on the perimeter of the forest where the light was filtered and the area was not as wet as the normal area that I usually work.
Lycoperdon perlatum Pers. on MyCoPortal
Lycoperdon perlatum on MycoBank
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Last three images taken at Comboyne Nature Reserve. Specimens were new and undamaged.
These shots were not in sunlight as the previous selection. The conditions were overcast and poor light, hence the cooler (temp) looking images.
Cunningham records this species:
Similar photo: http://mushroomobserver.org/image/show_image/5781
Definitely not pyriforme with cones surrounded with smaller grains on the surface. I have no idea what Lycoperdon species you might have down there, but the closest look-alike I know is Lycoperdon perlatum.
After rechecking some of my references I believe that I incorrecly named this fungi. I would like a second opinion on the changed naming. I have left the original in situ.
Created: 2008-06-21 08:32:00 CDT (-0400)
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