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Peziza Ammophila

Uploaded by: algoressister

Monday April 8, 2013

North Bend, OR (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Dunes Cup Fungus

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2. algoressister
11:05 PM GMT on April 08, 2013
Hi Sunset Sailor
Thanks for the comment.
I am glad you like the fungus.
I have seen these as small as 1/4 inch diameter, to the size of a tennis ball. This one is the size of a lime.
They look rubbery, but are really pretty brittle.
I like how they hold water. and grow out of the sand.
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1. SunsetSailor
10:54 PM GMT on April 08, 2013
Fun fungus (couldn't resist). But could you give us an approximate diameter so we'd have an idea of their size.
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