Identification: New to me...

Discussion in 'Fungi, Lichens and Slime Molds' started by pinenut, Sep 23, 2007.

  1. pinenut

    pinenut Active Member 10 Years

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    Found this odd fungus in the manure pile while digging a load for the garden. Photos are overexposed and/or too close, and I'm not sure I can get them to post here...
    Its about softball size, sort of rubbery like extra-firm tofu, pearly white, and looks like brains or coral. Now let's see if I can make a picture:

    Nope. Didn't work. Its a bmp file and I don't know how to change it. Have to see if I can get another photo in a better format.
    Meanwhile...any guesses?
    Carl
     

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  2. woodschmoe

    woodschmoe Active Member 10 Years

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    Perhaps a cauliflower mushroom, though the exposure makes it hard to tell.
     
  3. pinenut

    pinenut Active Member 10 Years

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    Yeah its bad. I'm waiting for someone to bring home the digital camera from work.
    I didn't mention that the whole thing was buried in the pile. Nothing showing on the surface.
    Carl
     

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