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Offlinedementiarecords
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Help with what I found... what should I do?
    #676489 - 06/13/02 07:26 PM (20 years, 3 months ago)

After hearing a rumor of a friend discarding an old spore print in the back yard of his house this past winter, we went to investigate to see if there were any remains... just for curiosity.

This is what we found. A hardened fungi looking thing with these white, almost cottonish, growths.

Any ideas as to what this might be... and if it is something special, what should he do to possibly help these babies blossom.

Suggestions please?!





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Post deleted by MOE THE MAD SCIENTIST [Re: dementiarecords]
    #676615 - 06/13/02 09:05 PM (20 years, 3 months ago)



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Re: Help with what I found... what should I do? [Re: vatoloco]
    #676633 - 06/13/02 09:18 PM (20 years, 3 months ago)

Hahaha... I dont think it's poo....

Just in the very spot this and another smaller one was found... I'll check out the FAQs...

Thanks for looking and replying!



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Re: Help with what I found... what should I do? [Re: dementiarecords]
    #676683 - 06/13/02 09:43 PM (20 years, 3 months ago)

I would get rid of it at once. Once upon a time Greg Brady was surfing with one of those things on a string around his neck. He had a terrible accident, which almost ruined the Brady family vacation to Hawaii. Oh, wait a second, that was television, I keep confusing real life and television. Well, whatever it is, it looks nasty, I wouldn't eat it.

-Grimey


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Re: Help with what I found... what should I do? [Re: frank_grimes]
    #676721 - 06/13/02 10:01 PM (20 years, 3 months ago)

Hahaha.. I wasnt thinking about eating it .. noway


Just though it might turn out to be the 'ugly ducking' over time or something...

maybe just some other type of fungus




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Re: Help with what I found... what should I do? [Re: dementiarecords]
    #676949 - 06/14/02 12:15 AM (20 years, 3 months ago)

I noticed the pine cone in the picture, and remembered how a tree I have in my front yard throws off these stagnant orange gooey things every year. These orange blobs fall off and dry, resulting in that odd mass you have. Strange habit for a tree, but it happens. This is a far-flung guess, but I think that is the product of the tree, and perhaps mycorrizal growth on the new root system. I don't think it's normal for mycorrizae to attach to a plant at such an early stage of development, but it makes a lot more sense to me than Cubensis fungus growing.


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Re: Help with what I found... what should I do? [Re: frank_grimes]
    #676965 - 06/14/02 12:24 AM (20 years, 3 months ago)

In reply to:

I would get rid of it at once. Once upon a time Greg Brady was surfing with one of those things on a string around his neck. He had a terrible accident, which almost ruined the Brady family vacation to Hawaii.





Now that's funny. Don't forget about Peter and that huge tarantula!


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