Pisolithus starts out as a club-shaped dark brown object that when cut open shows those &lsquo... Pisolithus starts out as a club-shaped dark brown object, that when cut open shows those &lsquo... (Photo: © Boleslaw Kuznik) Pisolithus arhizus (Scop.) Rauschert Z. Pilzk. 25(2): 50. 1959. Photo:... (Photo: © Boleslaw Kuznik) Pisolithus arhizus (Scop.) Rauschert Z. Pilzk. 25(2): 50. 1959. Photo:... As already hinted at above Pisolithus is widely used in initial inoculation of tree seedlings... As already hinted at above , Pisolithus is widely used in initial inoculation of tree seedlings... From its appearance it is not easy to guess the closest relative of our dog turd fungus. But the... From its appearance it is not easy to guess the closest relative of our dog turd fungus. But, the... There is wide variation in the shape and size of the species – from round and small ones to... There is wide variation in the shape and size of the species – from round and small ones to... Officially the dog turd fungus is called Pisolithus arrhizus one of many names for it. The name is... Officially, the dog turd fungus is called Pisolithus arrhizus, one of many names for it. The name is... Pisolithus arhizus © Judith Gover Pisolithus arhizus © Judith Gover Biggs 08/01/03 Biggs, 08/01/03 Ref No: 23976 Buy this image Ref No: 23976 Buy this image 11/28/08 11/28/08 Fred Stevens : Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Fred Stevens : Pisolithus arhizus (CP) (Photo: © Boleslaw Kuznik) Pisolithus arhizus (Scop.) Rauschert Z. Pilzk. 25(2): 50. 1959. Photo:... (Photo: © Boleslaw Kuznik) Pisolithus arhizus (Scop.) Rauschert Z. Pilzk. 25(2): 50. 1959. Photo:... Michael Wood : Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Michael Wood : Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Paxillus involutus Paxillus involutus Taylor Lockwood : Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month: Pisolithus tinctorius (D &... Taylor Lockwood : Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month: Pisolithus tinctorius (D &... The fruitbodies wither slowly and can when not kicked remain in place for months up to a year. The fruitbodies wither slowly and can, when not kicked, remain in place for months up to a year. Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Paxillus involutus Paxillus involutus Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month: Pisolithus tinctorius (D & CP) Robert Rich:... Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month: Pisolithus tinctorius (D & CP) Robert Rich:... Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Pisolithus arhizus (CP) A. Pisolithus . A. Pisolithus . Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Pisolithus arhizus (CP) Pisolithus species producing powdery spores Podaxis pistillaris While commonly thought of as a... Pisolithus species producing powdery spores Podaxis pistillaris While commonly thought of as a... Pisolithus tinctorius Dead Man's Foot 12/27/03 Pisolithus tinctorius Dead Man's Foot 12/27/03 Pisolithus species early stage Pisolithus species, early stage White Fungi Annandale 18 April 2009 These are possibly Coprinus disseminatus White Fungi, Annandale 18 April 2009 These are possibly Coprinus disseminatus © Photographer: Heino Lepp © Photographer: Heino Lepp Pale Brown Puffy Fungi growing in Leaf Litter 7 October 2008 Possibly a Gasteromycetes Pisolithus Pale Brown Puffy Fungi growing in Leaf Litter 7 October 2008 Possibly a Gasteromycetes Pisolithus Pisolithus tinctorius Inside view Pisolithus tinctorius Inside view
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