Collection location: Forest near Elgin St., Pembroke, Ontario, Canada [Click for map]
I wasn’t sure what this was when I first saw it (first photo). I took a photo, then attempted to upend it and it broke in half. Inside was just solid white stuff, so it seems it’s a puffball of some sort. Location wasn’t far from where I’ve found a Scleroderma previously (obs. 10990), in sandy ground at the edge of a path.
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In the whole specimen, there seems to be some pink in the gleba near where the peridium was broken.I don’t know any Lycoperdons that have a pink tinge in the gleba, so it could be something completely different.
Created: 2008-09-15 21:37:44 CDT (-0500)
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