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Is it possible to tell Disciseda spores apart from Bovista?
In any case, if they flip, the crust and the spore mouth will be positioned on the wrong side..
I agree that it LOOKS like it hasn’t flipped over and maybe it hasn’t. It’s the last surviver from this patch of about a dozen fruitbodies in my backyard.
I suspected some of these (at least one that had an ostiole) had also NOT flipped, but others looked like they did flip.
I keep looking for new, young ones to document the “flipping” with a series of photos, but so far no luck.
It does have a sand case and spores that match Disciseda.
These haven’t turned upside down. I would have guessed Bovista, not Disciseda.
Looks like a right side up puffball.
Created: 2011-12-03 16:41:26 CST (-0500)
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