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Fungus Among Us

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Fungus Among Us
  • From: Dan Meckenstock dmeck@eaglecom.net
  • Date: Fri, 01 Sep 2006 09:39:40 -0500

Heat (+100 F) and drought stress (2 mos) followed by a cool (+70 F) 
rainy week and the fungus among us pops up. These mushroom are as light 
a soap bubbles. Touch them and they fall apart. Last night's rain washed 
them away. I have never seen anything like this but have found other 
report on the web. These mushrooms appear to comes from the center of 
the iris clump (see one of the attached photos)..

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