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Definitely not young. They where quite hard. Possibly
Kind of looks like dead man's fingers but never seen them this color or this ...
This fungus grows on rotting or injured roots of trees or decaying wood.
Fungi. Black rubbery stalks. 1-1.5" high growing out of the ground
Temperate, deciduous forest.
Woods in central Arkansas.
Tough, black fruiting bodies that were covered in whitish dust of conidia. ...
Dead Man's Fingers
Rubbery gray-blue-black nubs
Tentative identification. These may be young specimens. Small, finger-like ...
The later stages.
Growing from base of uprooted oak
A few centimeters long, found growing surrounding a stump.
' Polymorpha means “many forms.” As its ...
Black. Elongated cap. About 3 inches total height.
Grey conical fungi with white tips
Tiny white fungi growing out of the side of a decomposing log.
Found growing along side this ...
Posting for friend - do not have further details
Whitish-blueish stalks. Look like fingers
Black finger-like fungus of some sort... Very interesting.
Spiky black/ gray fungi w/ white inside. Powdery substance on outside.
Looks like a zombie reaching out of the ground!
Black finger like fungus rising from area of decomposing tree
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