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Favolaschia sp.
Favolaschia (Mycenaceae) is a genus of usually small, mushroom-like basidiomycetes that occur worldwide, especially in the tropics. Members of the genus are often characterized by their poroid hymenophore. This genus comprises approximately 50 species.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Ritter Walder | Locality: El Haya Park, Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico (2013)

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libutron:

Favolaschia sp.

Favolaschia (Mycenaceae) is a genus of usually small, mushroom-like basidiomycetes that occur worldwide, especially in the tropics. Members of the genus are often characterized by their poroid hymenophore. This genus comprises approximately 50 species.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Ritter Walder | Locality: El Haya Park, Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico (2013)

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Last night I had a dream that the professor I want to be my adviser challenged me to race my car against his own legs and I start looking around the highway he wants to race on and see desert and rock formations like in Arizona and Southern Utah and I say, “What the hell part of Ohio is this?” And then I woke up.

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