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A lovely, unique fungus! I would love to have the ID confirmed.
Perhaps, Small Wonders! I'm not completely sure of my own ID, but I'm somewhat inclined to say C. striatus for your spotting.
So maybe this is my unidentified fungus?http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/989...
Thank you, Emma! I loved this interesting fungus, too!
Wow,what a thrilling and beautiful find!
Aw, thank you gatorfellows for your kind words! I'm so glad you like my spottings. :) Thanks for the innumerable ID helps! :)Thanks for looking into this, Chester. I first saw it a couple weeks back and it looked more like C. helenae. You can see it here: http://www.projectnoah.org/spotting/1733...
I am inclined to say C. striatus, the striations of C. helenae are fainter.
Great finding this small treasure. Thanks for sharing this and your many t=other great spots. A belated congratulations on your number 2000 :)
Thank you very much, Lindsy! It does look like a wasp's nest!
This is incredible! It almost looks like part of a wasp's nest. Very cool!
Thanks Auntie. :)
Looks right to me. http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/137...
Lat: 42.34, Long: -74.00
Spotted on Feb 7, 2013 Submitted on Feb 9, 2013