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Our hot dry spring has made for very few Devil’s Urns this year. They are usually pretty common in these parts, but this year I have found only three fruit bodies, and they were not pretty enough to photograph or young enough to collect.
T’is the season for Urnula. I’ll find some this week and send them along.
I’m very curious about the chemical Tom. Is is something of medical value?
…on year-old observations? It’s very doubtful that the observer kept a specimen all that time.
Hi Dan. Please send any Urnula that you find. We need as many as possible to extract a useful chemical. You can just air dry them and send to:
1725 State St.
University of Wisconsin- La Crosse
La Crosse WI 54601
Thanks for your help!
I just tore it in half with my fingers and got this neat diagonal cross-section.
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