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Fungus Amungus September 25, 2013

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Look how big some of these beauties are!

Found at Walden Ponds, just east of Boulder, CO.

At least somebody is benefiting from all this rain.

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11 Responses to “Fungus Amungus”

  1. Steve Gaddis (Facebook link) Says:

    We get occasional explosions of mushrooms in our yard, but nothing that size!

  2. Teri Rasmusson (Facebook link) Says:

    I picked one out of our yard because it was starting to look like a tennis ball, and Chester may grab it (our dog)

  3. Mira Z. Amiras (Facebook link) Says:

    Actually, what people have to realize is just how tiny Tina’s feet are!!

  4. Tim Lavalli (Facebook link) Says:

    and how big her ….

  5. Tim Lavalli (Facebook link) Says:

    world is, no really I meant world honest!

  6. Damon Runyon Lesjack (Facebook link) Says:

    Agaricus Agustus! Delicious, like almond essence.

    • Tina Fields Says:

      Damon, I wish. The myco folk here think it may be Green-spored Parasol instead (not so pleasant after eaten).

      • Diana Tracy (facebook link) Says:

        …that must be why the agusutus is off the list of easy edible shrooms. (noshing happily on chanterelles here)

  7. Brigid Herron (Facebook link) Says:

    I was coming to say the same thing, Mira! Those are probably very small mushrooms, actually


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