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|I’d Call It That||3.0||9.96||2||(Herbert Baker)|
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Went back and discovered the eggs. Found this species in the same location last year. An interesting look at this Phallus species in its primordial stage!
..hundred yards away. Same substrate. I’ve seen plenty of cespitose Stropharia in the area but never mutated like this. I’ll try to remember to add an update after I go back to the location. I have a samples available if someone would like to look at it.
to your Stropharia were these found? They might be very young clustered S. that have somehow grown together because they are so close together. Strong rhizomorphs also suggest Stropharia. Were these growing on similar substrate?
soft and pliable or somewhat rubbery.
and the hollow center only makes it worse. can you describe the texture?
is like potato. some type of tuber?
Created: 2011-05-17 02:26:39 CEST (+0200)
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