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Asymetrical mushrooms, growing in a close clump. The margins of the caps have random folds. Largest cap is about 1.5 inches across and clump stands about an inch high.


Growing in leaf litter beside the trail in a eucalyptus grove by the beach.

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DonnaPomeroy 10 years ago

Mary, that was my first thought, as well. Not one of your prettier mushrooms.

MaryEvans2 10 years ago

Now that is an interesting looking find. I have no id what they are called, but I know what the first photo looks like.. Nice find and photo series

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San Mateo, California, USA

Spotted on Mar 18, 2012
Submitted on Mar 19, 2012

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