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aah.jpg Orange fungus along the Big Creek Trail in the fall. This fungus is common in southwestern Washington State. I think it is a fungus called orange mushroom pimple (Hypomyces lactifluorum) that attacks other mushrooms and causes them to change to this orangThumbnailsOrange fungus along the Big Creek Trail in the fall. This fungus is common in southwestern Washington State. I think it is a fungus called orange mushroom pimple (Hypomyces lactifluorum) that attacks other mushrooms and causes them to change to this orangThumbnailsOrange fungus along the Big Creek Trail in the fall. This fungus is common in southwestern Washington State. I think it is a fungus called orange mushroom pimple (Hypomyces lactifluorum) that attacks other mushrooms and causes them to change to this orangThumbnailsOrange fungus along the Big Creek Trail in the fall. This fungus is common in southwestern Washington State. I think it is a fungus called orange mushroom pimple (Hypomyces lactifluorum) that attacks other mushrooms and causes them to change to this orangThumbnailsOrange fungus along the Big Creek Trail in the fall. This fungus is common in southwestern Washington State. I think it is a fungus called orange mushroom pimple (Hypomyces lactifluorum) that attacks other mushrooms and causes them to change to this orangThumbnailsOrange fungus along the Big Creek Trail in the fall. This fungus is common in southwestern Washington State. I think it is a fungus called orange mushroom pimple (Hypomyces lactifluorum) that attacks other mushrooms and causes them to change to this orangThumbnailsOrange fungus along the Big Creek Trail in the fall. This fungus is common in southwestern Washington State. I think it is a fungus called orange mushroom pimple (Hypomyces lactifluorum) that attacks other mushrooms and causes them to change to this orangThumbnails
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