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Description:

Biggest cap around 3 cm in dameter. Distinct brown centers on funnel-like caps. Centers in some seemed to be completely missing (eaten?), leaving only a cream-white rim. Growing behind bathroom, on mossy soil. Many other fungi in the same area.

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2 Comments

Nicolebot
Nicolebot 7 years ago

Thanks! I will go see if I can find it again and check the underside more closely.

JC_Forester
JC_Forester 7 years ago

Possibly a Hydnellum species. I can't tell if there are teeth or pores under the surface. If it is a tooth fungus than it is most likely Hydnellum. :-)

Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

Spotted on Jul 31, 2013
Submitted on Aug 4, 2013

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