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wouldn’t “beating a dead dog” be a more clever use of your pique, Damon?
Regardless, very cool fungus and nice shot, Andrew.
Never let the silly and apparently incessant mushroom personality wars harsh your fungal highs.
The fungi, like the kids, are alright.
Beating a dead horse
I have seen it at various eastern forays but have never found it myself.
It doesn’t occur in the west.
Even though Kathy Hodge at Cornell may call it the “Dogs Nose Fungus,” I will always think of it fondly as the “Dead Man’s Tongue.”
Created: 2012-05-28 01:43:50 CDT (-0400)
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