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These were all less than 3/8" tall. We had a good rain about a day before.
Second and third pictures are through about 10X hand lens. I may be able
to get out there later this week to see how they have grown.
which can be found on rotting logs, but typically has an apical pore where spores would be dispersed that forms fairly early. I don’t see any apical pores in any of the photos. Material looks tiny to me. The close-ups show abundant warts, but not in the numbers I would expect to see on even one mature L. pyriforme.
They are very numerous. How large do you estimate them to be on average? How large will they become? Did you have a lot of rain before you observed these Lycoperdpon pyriforme?