Collection location: Cook Co., Illinois, USA [Click for map]
Although quite common in the East, it was a first sighting for this CA gal.
Note grotesque “finger bones? (actually the tough, white, persistant asexual flesh of this fungus); the carboniferous black sheath, produced later in the year, contains the
perithecia and asci, for sexual reproduction.
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