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I've never seen ones like this before, anyone know what they are? They are growing by a dying Maple. They are up in the morning and gone by afternoon. 

I think I'd call them "Morning Wood Mushrooms"! 

How do you rotate pictures?

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21 minutes ago, Grainbelt said:

I've never seen ones like this before, anyone know what they are? They are growing by a dying Maple. They are up in the morning and gone by afternoon. 

I think I'd call them "Morning Wood Mushrooms"! 

How do you rotate pictures?

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They may be called Wrinkled thimble-cap.  I have a few in my yard right now as well. 

My wife came in all excited to tell me there were some Morels growing in the back yard last week!  I said hardly unlikely and don't mess with them just mow them over. ;)

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As far as rotating pics, not sure how you posted them. Direct from the cell phone sometimes is a little tricky on mine and best if the picture is taken with the phone horizontal as opposed to vertical, then cropped before I post. If I save them in the confuser first, then I can edit and rotate them so they're right side up as I did here.

I'm not a mushroom expert but these look like stinkhorns. We find these in fields some years. Those that look like this often smell like bleach.

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