Tiniest of 3 puffball species seen at this Dutch sand dune site
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Lovely find. The Key to British Tulostoma says that T niveum grows on mossy tussocks on limestone rocks whereas T brumale is a sand lover.
The spores are quite different did you look at them?
Ps never having seen any I am quite jealous whichever it is
Thanks. It was not me that found it. I was just there. Did not look at the spores but the habitat was a sand dune so this must be T. brumale. Would you like to add this as a revised ID?
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