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Mushroom

Bolete sp.

Notes:

I saw a lot of mushrooms on a steep slope, no wet, with little vegetation (grass and weeds). I had not my camera, so I pulled one of the mushrooms and brought to my house. This mushrooms are hard, tough and heavy. They have an strange smell.

Editado: Voltei ao local e consegui fotografar o último cogumelo que havia. Ele estava um pouco decadente e com uma espécie de mordida na haste (Foto 1).

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2 Comments

Sckel
Sckel 6 years ago

Hi, Antonio. Desculpe, só agora eu vi seu comentário. See, I found a photo with a mushroom quite similar to mine:

http://photos.rnr.id.au/2010/05/30/Bolet...

I edited my spotting and put a new picture, a bigger mushroom, still survived there.

Nice finding Sckel,it's a bolete species,dificult to say wich,you can search in bolete sp,of south america,or brasil,in google images and compared the photos,it's relativly easy,you have many photos so it's more easy,ok?if you dont arrived to an ID i promise i'll elp you :-)

Sckel
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Sckel

Cariacica, ES, Brazil

Spotted on Dec 30, 2013
Submitted on Dec 30, 2013

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