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Large fungi growing in a group.
Very, very tasty and aromatic mushroom, eating at a young state when the meat is white.
Puffball I say. My grandparents used to eat them.
A cut-away would be useful, showing gills. My first impression was a Coprinus atramentarius or something like it, but with no stem or gills visible it's impossible to say. The way this group is, it almost looks like a weird puffball.
Spotted on Apr 17, 2011 Submitted on Apr 17, 2011
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