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Old 06-17-2004, 11:57 AM
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From: Frank Schmidt,DDS fhsdds@tri-lakes.net
Date: 01/06/02
Time: 06:10 PM


Jan 02. In the woods. A type of flowering fungus? I will send you a photo of a mossy type of growth on a rotting cedar tree stump which I can't identify. Please e-mail me and I will send the photo to you for identification. Thanks Frank
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From: mazer - nfrlprdpr@yahoo.com
Date: 01/17/02
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You might want to check your local library for a book called Mushrooms Demystified. It is a great book and easy for the layman to read. Look under its index and locate the fugnus host - the CEDAR TREE...good luck
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