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Cluster of mushrooms
Woods of Maine, near tree
could be maybe genus tricholoma ( http://www.google.nl/search?hl=nl&cp... ) or hebeloma ( http://www.google.nl/search?hl=nl&sa... ). Can not help much further,it seems this mushroom has residu of a annolus. the white broken stuff at the edge of the cap. when i find something more specific, i will let you know.!!! -----------BTW---I have some months ago, written to you about: the picture size at the black slide-show: everytime i choose another picture to look at, the picture-size reduced until they are smaller than the user-profile-pictures. I HAD NOT GET A REPLY, another question is: some members would like to see (if possible), a category for "slime mold/myxomycota" (no animal/plant/ or fungi), it would be categorized , together with some algae. Till now: i categorize them as "fungi" (because mushroom/fungi-dr are still research on slime mold) , another member set them as "others", and yet another member, will wait with upload his "amoebozoa"-spottings, until this question is cleared!! most of the other people, just throw them into fungi or others, but in both isn't it at the right place. ----Hope to get a reply, this time !!!! this time i will keep on it!!! thanks for your time in advance !!
Spotted on Oct 15, 2010 Submitted on Oct 15, 2010