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Old February 8, 2019   #16
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Lol, Spooky!
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I had an infestation of stinkhorn along the side of my property in some mulch I had spread. It was the worst, the smell lingered and spread around my whole house.. And it was crazy trying to get rid of it.. I am solidly not a fan.
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I had an infestation of stinkhorn along the side of my property in some mulch I had spread. It was the worst, the smell lingered and spread around my whole house.. And it was crazy trying to get rid of it.. I am solidly not a fan.
I keep eyes and nose peeled all the time in case any spores try to sprout up. There is no mistaking the smell, that’s for sure. Luckily no more have turned up.
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Raised up around untold millions of them
Called the devils snuffbox or puff balls.

Can be eaten if right kind as in all fungi

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puffball


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lycope...atum#Edibility



Yep, I love them breaded and fried (I know them as Puff Balls)




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Old April 9, 2019   #21
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Mother nature does have a sense of humor.


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Default Tiny colony of fungus

Found this growing In a pot filled with nothing but potting soil. I have no idea what this is.
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Default Mystery fungus

It's grown since yesterday.
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I wonder if the tops will open up into caps. I checked the mushroom field guide I have but didn't see this. Keep us updated!
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Could be slime mold. My PhD neighbor expert (is on vacation and unplugged). Will report back in about two weeks.

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I'd guess it's a gilled fungus/mushroom of some type. Maybe keep your eye on it and see if it develops like this: https://www.mushroom-appreciation.co...mushrooms.html
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Young Amanita citrina ?
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The tops opened up into caps and then the thing withered and dried up.
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This is what it looked like today, I had to pick up the stem because it was dried up and withered.
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