Collection location: Forest 44 Conservation Area, Saint Louis Co., Missouri, USA [Click for map]
Comment by Michael Kuo on Mushroomexpert.com:
“Asterophora lycoperdoides is unique in having a cap that soon becomes powdery, and gills that are poorly formed or almost absent.”
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But be aware the parasitism is going on underground and the Asterophora is using the Russula fruiting as a place to fruit.
have to be a blushing Russula?
Great idea … I pulled this out of my older photos, will try that next time I find some.
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