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Manzanita Bolete

Uploaded by: algoressister

Monday December 10, 2012

North Bend, OR (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: This mushroom has an association with the Manzanita and Madrone trees... The Madrone is the California Laurel... And since my name is Laurel... After the Connecticut Laurel... There is less than 6 degrees of separation... I knew there was a reason I like red and orange so much.

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1. noneinc
6:19 PM GMT on December 11, 2012
Nice shot.
I have a large red fungi coming up under an Oak in my side yard (I do have a mix of Live Oak and Manzanita). I don't know if mine is the same as it hasn't fully surfaced. One came up in the same spot last year and it never completely surfaced.
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