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Scaley-stalked puffball, Sandy stiltball, or Desert stalked puff
Agaricaceae Battarrea Phalloides
Location: Battarrea phalloides is found in dry, sandy locations throughout North America, primarily in western regions; it has also been collected in South America, Africa, Australia, Europe, and China.
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Scaley-stalked puffball, Sandy stiltball, or Desert stalked puff
Agaricaceae Family
Battarrea Genus

Very little is known about this fungus.It is Provisionally classified as Endangered in Great Britain, and fully protected in the UK under Schedule 8 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. Digging up fungi without permission could also constitute theft under the Theft Act of 1968.it has a woody, slender, and scaly stem that can typically reach 40 centimeters (15.7 in) in length. Although its general appearance resembles a more typical agaric with stem and gills, atop the stem is a spore sac, consisting of an endoperidium and a gleba.


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Found this little thing in my front yard, As you can see in interesting soil.

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