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GeneralThe Nature Thread part 3
27th Feb 2020 14:16 GMTRolf Luetcke Expert
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28th Feb 2020 13:35 GMTPaul Brandes Manager
4th Mar 2020 13:25 GMTRolf Luetcke Expert
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2nd Mar 2020 05:14 GMTMatt Ciranni
Trinity Ridge/Dismal Swamp area, Idaho.
Some kind of weird death sponge mushroom thing. Strangest looking mushroom I've ever seen. I met this guy who claimed these things were actually edible?!? Uhh, Im not sure I'd want to test that, but anyway... This area is better known for smoky quartz crystals. Lets just say that, if I'd actually found any on this trip, I'd have posted a picture of one of those instead.
2nd Mar 2020 06:41 GMTBernadette G
2nd Mar 2020 11:34 GMTEddy Vervloet Expert
Unlike mine, Clathrus archeri.
2nd Mar 2020 13:16 GMTPaul Brandes Manager
2nd Mar 2020 14:54 GMTBernadette G
But when in doubt, luckily, they're easily identified before cooking. Just slice them open.
5th Mar 2020 15:06 GMTKyle Bayliff
1st Apr 2020 14:59 BSTRolf Luetcke Expert
1st Apr 2020 15:00 BSTRolf Luetcke Expert
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