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Did you dig this up? I think is might be S verrucosum.
No i did not mal but yes you are right i think if i did dig it up how would i tell the difference cheers steve
The common S citrinum has no or very little myceclium whereas S areolatum has a short underground stalk and S verrucosum has a large pseudostipe which often lifts the bulb above the ground. After a quick rethink I would say yours is probably S areolatum.
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