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Description:

Two different mushrooms. I'm sure they are the same species, but one is growing dome shaped, the other is inverted.

Habitat:

mountain woods

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1 Comment

very nice spotting Adam,the diference between the two is a question of age,the less open,dome shape is younger,the other inverted is older,more opened,the species is dificult to say,at first site i would say that could be a laccaria species,or tubaria species,lets wait that some of our fungi specielists give you a suggestion,any way,is a very nice finding and the photos are very good to,with the gills well showed to make the id easier,i use to make also,spore prints ,its even better in the id's

AdamBrown
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AdamBrown

Vail, Colorado, USA

Spotted on Aug 24, 2013
Submitted on Aug 31, 2013

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