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Indian Run Reservoir (Google, OSM)
41.4454802899, -71.4845824356
Accuracy: 49m
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I'm guessing this might be Pseudocolus fusiformis, but am unsure. It appeared to be growing (almost horizontally) out of the side of a mound of earth covered in leaf litter and ferns (perhaps there was dead wood underneath, but I didn't see any, should have paid closer attention). I didn't notice any scent.

Jun. 09, 2012 22:50:10 -0400
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Fungi and Lichen - Photo (c) Van Swearingen, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
cyric's ID: Fungi and Lichen (Kingdom Fungi)
Posted by cyric almost 2 years ago (Flag)
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This been yellow may well be misleading as red stinkhorns are known to produce yellow forms from time to time. I am told this maybe due to mineral deficiency.

Posted by myxonz almost 2 years ago (Flag)
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Fungi and Lichen - Photo (c) Van Swearingen, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
cyric's ID: Fungi and Lichen (Kingdom Fungi)
cyric would like some help identifying this

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