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    白人看不懂 Drosera36's Avatar
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    Can anyone identify this fungus?



    Or just try to get the genus.

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    Thanks! I thought it could be that as well, but wasn't sure. But I looked at a few more pics, and I think it is now. But if any skilled mushroom pplz think otherwise, then let me know. I'm need to get 10 species of organisms native to western New York for a science "Ecology project".

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    I'm need to get 10 species of organisms native to western New York for a science "Ecology project".
    S. purpurea! ahah
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    Don't complain. I have to get 50 different species of invertebrates from Lubbock, then mount them and label them. Then the museum might take them and I'll get no credit. Ahhhh college.
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    This website may be useful:

    http://www.cnynaturalist.com/

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    phisson, this is a little off topic, but if you want it easy on the project just collect ants! Diversity in ants is CRAZY!

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    I would, but we had our first freeze 2 weeks ago and its been below freezing for about 8 consecutive nights. Larger things (i.e. not stuff I need a microscope for) is pretty much all dead now, but luckily I'm pretty much done with the collection since I started in mid October. I emptied out all the light covers, and got some scale from one of my plants hahahahah
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