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Next time I’ll upload higher rez photos.
Maybe it is not an Arachnion. I don’t know what peridioles are, but it’s more brown than grey and is more mushy than have flecks of sand.
You posted a small photo that can not be zoomed in to look at the detail.
Arachnion is filled with small peridioles that resemble grains of sand. Coker & Couch say “They are grayish or ash-colored, and look like a mass of sandy earth.”
Coker, W. C. and J. N. Couch. 1974 (Reprint of 1928). The Gasteromycetes of the Eastern United States and Canada. Dover Publications, New York, NY. 201p.
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