Orange Peel Fungus?

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Orange peel fungus is a low lying fungus that usually grows on clay soil in North America and Europe. Its appearance resembles orange peels strewn across the ground. One of the characteristics or symptoms of orange peel fungus is that it primarily grows in late summer and fall.
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