Found stored in lower branches of spruce tree by an olbiging squirrel. Very tough spiny-warty rind; powdery mass of black spores inside; spores round and very dark under the microscope.
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Has visible spores within the gleba, which pretty much defines E. granulatus group. Unfortunately, the genus is in need of revision. I found something in the Columbia River gorge several years ago. Had fascinating spores: both red and green. Looked like a color-blindness chart under 100×.
Created: 2009-07-31 01:19:26 CEST (+0200)
Last modified: 2009-07-31 01:19:26 CEST (+0200)
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