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Jackrogersella or Hypoxylon I think. Black ball-shaped fungi that have a bumpy appearance. I cut one in half and saw the inside had little spherical air bubbles in it, and the texture was somewhat like charcoal.


On an old oak log that had fallen to the ground. Some fire ants made a large nest under and around it. Bearhead Hammock Recreational Area

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Machi 2 years ago

Sukanya, they are both in the family Hypoxylaceae for sure, but definitely different species.

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Spotted on Jan 27, 2020
Submitted on Feb 15, 2020

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