Collection location: Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada [Click for map]
Who: jeff (jkass7)
This was found on the edge of a slightly moist clay gravel side of the road. There were several in the same area in different stages of growth. one that had been scuffed was definitely orangey in its remains. They were above ground, and firm to the touch. No stem at all, and when cut open had a geode appearance with purplish/black and small white veins. They have an odor which is hard to define, somewhat chemical.
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thanks all. definitey scleroderma cepa..had never seen one before so appreciate your expertise. Won’t be having these for dinner…lol
Why do you say these are Geopora and not Scleroderma?
Created: 2008-09-10 16:38:38 CDT (-0400)
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