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Discussion in 'Plants and Biodiversity Stumpers' started by ginger749, May 28, 2007.
What was this plant and what is that lying on it ?
My son, who raises snakes, says it looks like a clutch of hatched eggs on cypress mulch. But...I know that is not the answer to the question LOL
Gee, I have no idea what the plant is... looks like a big ol nast slug had its way with it though, or a horse with a very bad cold.
Like the above answer of horse with cold :)
Ok is it a puff ball type fungus that is growing in horse manure with straw and someone has burst it and meanwhile the slugs have come for a visit......ugh it looks pretty ordinary what er it is.
I tend to think that it is a puffball too
This Pic. was taken precisely 65 days earlier .
And this Pic. was taken the same day as the first pic .
So Smokymist You are 1/2 right .
Original question was ( What was this plant )
And the emphasis is on WAS ?
AFter seeing that second picture I was pretty sure it was a clutch of hatched eggs.
So the snake layed it's eggs on a plant...hmmm.....now that is a hard one.
Is that some sort of bamboo ? just taking a wild guess
almost looks like old palm fronds
OK , One last Pic before I give it away.
It was a type of Garden Mulch the Carpet Snake / Python used for a nest ?
Incubation took 65 days.
Sugar cane straw?
Michael F, Has done it again .
Here on the Gold Coast they don't Burn Sugar Cane any more .
A machine cuts the tops off , and they bail it up and sell it to Us gardeners .
These Big rolls of mulch cost $50 each . Some farmers feed them to their cattle .
Though I did have to wait for the big clue!