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I saw it in a lawn in Sunnyvale. I didn’t have a camera at the time as I was mushroom hunting during a break from my interrogation for a secret clearance.
campuses are great places, as it has steam pipes running underground.
but i’ve also seen it in a normal garden, here in Berkeley
They also grow in lawns in CA, but are uncommon in that habitat.
but outside I have the hardest time catching it with the cap open, it’s so fragile after opening! I always miss it by a couple hours and find it’s fallen over or mushed.
here in CA they are restricted to greenhouses, terrariums and flowerpots!
Created: 2011-06-06 19:20:01 EEST (+0300)
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