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Unidentified at Suppressed - 25 Apr 2019
Unidentified at Suppressed - 25 Apr 2019

Identification history

Insufficient or inconclusive evidence 24 May 2019 MichaelMulvaney

Inconclusive

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Unidentified 25 Apr 2019 JackyF

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Author's notes

Two fruiting bodies about 5 cm wide in very dry soil near gums. Sorry I will take more photos if they become easier to identify.

3 comments

KenT wrote:
   25 Apr 2019
It would be useful to see how they develop.
Heino1 wrote:
   2 May 2019
Possibly a Pisolithus. If so it may stay white or turn brown (and that can be slow to happen) and the outer skin would break off (first from the top) to reveal powdery spores. As Ken says, it would be useful to see how they develop.
JackyF wrote:
   2 May 2019
Thanks. They are still looking exactly the same.

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  • 25 Apr 2019 5:30 PM Recorded on
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