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Loads of mushrooms out in the unseasonably warm weather.

These are some puffballs I've not seen before

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unrelated question: how do you get a link to show a thumbnail of the article like this? when I use the link icon, it just posts the actual link.
Don't use the link icon, then! Just cut and paste the URL. Simple as that.
 
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A first for me yesterday: Clathrus archeri, the octopus stinkhorn, or devil's fingers. One of those gross ones that propagates spores by attracting flies with a scent like a rotting dead animal, much like our native common stinkhorn. These ones aren't native to Britain or even the northern hemisphere, but are thought to have been accidentally introduced from Australia.

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