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Actually, puffballs are round ball mushrooms, with no stem and solid mass if you cut them open. I believe that this is Pholiota Squarrosa, or commonly called a Scaly Pholiota. They tend to be found in clusters near the bases of conifer trees around this time of year. If I have the ID correct, they are edible when they are fresh.

And a very nice photo.

Peter

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17 Sep 2013 7:32AM
Isn't that the Giant Puffball Peter?
TonyDy Plus
9 10 3 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2013 1:43PM
I agree with Peter - it is also called the Shaggy Pholiota.
Tony
17 Sep 2013 2:00PM
I will have to accede then to the majority view!
Nicely captured, DOF spot on F /11 working well

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