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   xoxoxoBruce  Friday Feb 6 03:32 AM

February 6th, 2015: Mushroom cap

No no, not that kind of mushroom cap, this kind of Mushroom Cap.



Supposedly, made from Fomes fomentarius, and mailed in 1920 by a William J. O'Reardon, to the National Geographic headquarters.

TYWKIWDBI says...

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According to an eyewitness report in the newsletter of the North American Mycological Association, Fomes caps of Hungarian origin
were spotted for sale at the 12th International Fungi and Fibre Symposium in 2005...
Son, in a few years you'll be a man, so it's time for me to teach you the skill my father taught me, just as Grandpa taught him.
A skill which has been handed down from father to son, for a thousand generations...
making a mushroom cap.


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