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Asterophora lycoperdoides - note how some of the turn brown. Spores are produced similar to a puffball.

Asterophora lycoperdoides CR DW Ms.jpg Pseudocolus sp. stinkhorn seen near a small willow in the spruce forest above UraThumbnailsAsterophora lycoperdoides growing on a decaying Russula.Pseudocolus sp. stinkhorn seen near a small willow in the spruce forest above UraThumbnailsAsterophora lycoperdoides growing on a decaying Russula.Pseudocolus sp. stinkhorn seen near a small willow in the spruce forest above UraThumbnailsAsterophora lycoperdoides growing on a decaying Russula.Pseudocolus sp. stinkhorn seen near a small willow in the spruce forest above UraThumbnailsAsterophora lycoperdoides growing on a decaying Russula.Pseudocolus sp. stinkhorn seen near a small willow in the spruce forest above UraThumbnailsAsterophora lycoperdoides growing on a decaying Russula.
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