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Strange Jelly like cylinder


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I think the one in the top photo is Sarcosoma globosum. This slow-growing mushroom begins early in the spring an persists in situ for quite awhile. It grows under conifers, reportedly fairly common in the Adirondack region under spruce. The fruit bodies change in appearance as they mature/persist. Compare with the last photo seen via the link   https://www.mycoquebec.org/bas.php?trie=S&l=l&nom=Sarcosoma globosum / Pézize globuleuse&tag=Sarcosoma globosum&gro=86

The pair in the second photo may be the same species, except very old and weathered. Was there "jelly" inside those?

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