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Puffball - Wikipedia

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A puffball is a member of any of several groups of fungi in the division Basidiomycota. ... As the spores mature, they form a mass called a gleba in the centre of the fruitbody that is often of a di...

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Oct 19, 2012 ... The Giant Puffball ("Calvatia gigantea") & it's smaller relatives are good mushrooms for beginners to try as they have no gills and are white ...

Puffballs, Small and Gigantic | Eat The Weeds and other things, too

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While perhaps the puffball is the least complicated mushroom to identify, there ... If so, it is likely to be an immature form of the death angels, Amanita bisporigera, ...

Lycoperdon perlatum (common puffball) | Plants & Fungi At Kew

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Fruiting throughout the autumn, the common puffball can be recognised by the ... fungi, fruiting mainly from September to November, and found in many kinds of ...

Wild About Mushrooms: Puffballs

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Puffballs come in many sizes, some as small as a marble and some as large as a basketball. The name "puffball" is used here to refer to three genera of fungi, ...

Puffballs - Mushroom-Collecting.com

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A puffball was the first wild mushroom I ever tried in the summer of 1973. I had heard of a rule about puffballs while at a party held by my art professor.

Question 10: Are puffballs good to eat?

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1) You have to make sure that it's a puffball. ... But when you cut it in half, you will see the cap and stem of the baby mushroom inside (bottom left in the picture).

Giant Puffball and Other Edible Wild Puffball Mushrooms ...

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Giant Puffball and Other Edible Wild Puffball Mushrooms - AmericanMushrooms. com. ... Hurriedly comparing wild mushroom specimens to photographs of known ... less dense as the mushroom matures and minute air pockets form throughout.

Edible Puffballs in your front lawn – A Look at Calvatia Species |

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Oct 7, 2010 ... The [correctly identified] puffball mushroom cooked properly makes a .... I noticed earlier in the year, and years past, that rings form in the grass.

Types of fungal fruiting bodies - puffball

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Jan 22, 2013 ... Types of fungal fruiting bodies (or sporocarps):. The Giant Puffball. This fungus is found in many of the world's temperate areas. The fruiting ...

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Giant Puffball Mushroom Identification and Cultivation

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Curious about giant puffball mushroom identification and cultivation? ... These types of mushrooms are easier to grow, as one can provide them with the organic  ...

Calvatia gigantea (giant puffball) | Plants & Fungi At Kew

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Calvatia gigantea produces perhaps the largest fruitbody of any fungus, and is aptly referred to as the giant puffball. The unmistakeable fruitbodies, which ...

Puffballs (MushroomExpert.Com)

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The term "puffball," as I am using it here, is not at all scientific; I mean more or less any mushroom that looks like a ball when mature. Typically the interior of a ...