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  1. Clavariaceae


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  2. Leotiaceae - Jellies


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  3. Just a funguy


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  4. J. M. Miller Updated

    Nice large Chanterelles.

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  5. Aug 2018 Updated

    My fungal finds from Aug 2018.
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  6. Carl Voglewede Updated


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  7. Backyard Mushrooms Updated

    Orange with white or yellowish gills. White stuff comes from the gills. Can it be ate?

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  8. Northern Kentucky Foraging. Updated

    Northern Kentucky. Bernheim forest-Cherokee park-etc..

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  9. 2019 Fungi Photos Updated

    I photograph most of the fungi I run across as I hike, camp and forage across Indiana. This is my photo dump of those.






































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