Notes: Known commonly as the common funnel. Growing in a coniferous forest. No clear scent, feels neither slimy or dry, but firm, no staining or bruising. These are quite common among these Arizonan mountains, and are usually found in little clusters of 2 and over. This specimen appears to be young as it is not yet fully grown like a mature I. gibba.
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Created: 2012-01-20 18:12:14 CST (-0500)
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