#106: Calostoma cinnabarinum, the Stalked Puffball-In-Aspic

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  1. November 7, 2016

    […] they are actually highly-modified agarics!  The other is the stalked puffball genus Calostoma (see FFF#106 for an example).  These odd-looking stalked puffballs have a gelatinous outer covering that falls […]

  2. July 7, 2017

    […] earthball morphology.  The first of these is the stalked puffball genus Calostoma, which includes C. cinnabarinum.  These odd-looking stalked puffballs have a gelatinous outer covering that falls off to allow […]

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