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second cap at the base of the tiny “original” – both were very dark, but photo manipulation seems to show an emerging second fruiting body.
that I recall. I will be out there again this weekend and will check that log in case it is still there.
I will also try some manipulation of the photo to add fill light: it will mess with the color but might bring out more detail. I’ll upload as separate image.
I will be happy to send it (or what is left of it) to you. How? Just in bubble wrap?
My sense of it is that when I found it it was fresh, but not fully expanded yet. A very tough-feeling mushroom (I poked at it a bit and it was flexible).
I like the raven name!
did you get my camera question email?
was there any blue to this, or is it an artifact of the photograph (or my screen)?
was it fresh? – or is that the black residue of pitch in a dried mushroom? Penny, if you come across it again, can you send it to me? Until them I am calling this Leucoagaricus ravenellii for ‘little black raven’ Leucoagaricus.
Seemed strange on pine. Not seen before.
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