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2 0 The Bell Omphalina

The Bell Omphalina

by Life Is Like a LimeGeorgia, USA

Clusters of tiny, honey-colored fungi growing out of a wet log after rain. Very ...

0 0 Fuzzy Feet / Golden trumpets / Bell Omphalina

Fuzzy Feet / Golden trumpets / Bell Omphalina

by PucaKWinder, Georgia, USA

Cap: Brownish-yellow to orange-yellow or yellowish, darker in the depressed ...

1 0 Golden Trumpet

Golden Trumpet

by Ivan RodriguezArizona, USA

Bite size fungi! (But it's best not to eat them until after identifying...)

3 0 Golden trumpet,Bell Omphalina

Golden trumpet,Bell Omphalina

by ΚώσταςΤσιλιγκάνοςStřední Čechy, Czech Republic

elliptical spores. When the species is young, their caps are

0 0 Bell Omphalina

Bell Omphalina

by EdwardNathanReulbachJr.Silverdale, Washington

cap, and by the smaller, narrowly elliptical spores.[5] When the species is ...