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Old 10-31-2014, 02:52 AM
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I found this in one of my enclosures this morning.
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Golden Parasol, Leucocoprinicus luteus.
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Too many jokes running through my head.
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Yea. it's a fun guy!
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Golden Parasol, Leucocoprinicus luteus.
In all seriousness...These things seem to always originate in peat moss.

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or it could be the reproductive organ of a forest god... we may never know...
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did he really say "organ"?
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did he really say "organ"?
Yes Judy, he went there....

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love to make another comment but probably would be banned for a few weeks......chuckle
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love to make another comment but probably would be banned for a few weeks......chuckle
If it's funny, it's ok. ;-)
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of course its funny......still chuckling
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Mines bigger... and orange.
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DD---LMFAO...but did you notice that the op's was looking for a "dip"?
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Mines bigger... and orange.
Haha if its really a shroom than let us see it!
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I'll show you mine if you show me yours....
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