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The top of the cap of Oudemansiella canarii, a saprotroph growing on hardwood logs, is covered in wards. Seen in Mani, casanare.

Oudemansiella canarii cap DW Ms.jpg Chlorophyllum molybdites, the Green-spored shaggy parasol, also known as the "Vomiter" is best enjoyed visually as here seen in Mani.ThumbnailsHexagonia hydnoides with its impressive hairy caps seen in Montana, Casanare.Chlorophyllum molybdites, the Green-spored shaggy parasol, also known as the "Vomiter" is best enjoyed visually as here seen in Mani.ThumbnailsHexagonia hydnoides with its impressive hairy caps seen in Montana, Casanare.Chlorophyllum molybdites, the Green-spored shaggy parasol, also known as the "Vomiter" is best enjoyed visually as here seen in Mani.ThumbnailsHexagonia hydnoides with its impressive hairy caps seen in Montana, Casanare.Chlorophyllum molybdites, the Green-spored shaggy parasol, also known as the "Vomiter" is best enjoyed visually as here seen in Mani.ThumbnailsHexagonia hydnoides with its impressive hairy caps seen in Montana, Casanare.Chlorophyllum molybdites, the Green-spored shaggy parasol, also known as the "Vomiter" is best enjoyed visually as here seen in Mani.ThumbnailsHexagonia hydnoides with its impressive hairy caps seen in Montana, Casanare.
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