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Collection #1382, #1384
Collected by Noah Siegel,
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you can barely see the fringed edges to the fruit bodies in this photo; also, I am assuming that those little brown balls are bursting open to grow this flat crust? if so, nice to see it in both very young and mature stages. and of course, always good to have the micrograph.
Created: 2012-05-26 21:37:55 PDT (-0700)
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