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Mystery Plant growing under house. Can anyone identify?

 
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Mystery Plant growing under house. Can anyone identify?
My father found this growing under my Aunts house. This is a mystery plant to me. Does anyone know what it is. It is hard yet very light weight. It reminds me of some type of mushroom. It has no light or water under the house.

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Re: Mystery Plant growing under house. Can anyone identify?
tomato. has to be tomato.
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tomato. has to be tomato.
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One wild looking tomato. afro
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Do you mean the flowers? They look like pansy
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That would be a nuclear warhead plant.
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Thank Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant for that.
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Re: Mystery Plant growing under house. Can anyone identify?
some type of fungus
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some type of fungus
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Re: Mystery Plant growing under house. Can anyone identify?
some type of fungus
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I agree with this, but what type? It is a light weight wood like stalk. I have also found some crazy looking Mushrooms in my area that have appeared over the past year. Seems something is causing some strange varieties of Mushrooms to grow in my area.

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All mushrooms and fungus look strange to a certain degree. I often find things popping up in the woodpile or near old tree stumps, or under trees in the thick leaf old. I cannot identify that exact type of fungus, but I would guess it is not unusual or out of place wherever it was found. I will do a google image search for fungus to see if I can find something similar.
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All mushrooms and fungus look strange to a certain degree. I often find things popping up in the woodpile or near old tree stumps, or under trees in the thick leaf old. I cannot identify that exact type of fungus, but I would guess it is not unusual or out of place wherever it was found. I will do a google image search for fungus to see if I can find something similar.
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Thank you. I did a quick search but didn't see anything. It was under a house in the crawl space. There was actually two of these and nothing else but dirt. Thanks in advance.

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its because its too damp un der there, you need to ventilate under the house more
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Serpula lacrymans.
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some type of fungus
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I agree.
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My father found this growing under my Aunts house. This is a mystery plant to me. Does anyone know what it is. It is hard yet very light weight. It reminds me of some type of mushroom. It has no light or water under the house.

Thanks in advance



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Serpula lacrymans.
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I think this is correct.


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coral mushroom maybe?
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It's a dikfer.
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My father found this growing under my Aunts house. This is a mystery plant to me. Does anyone know what it is. It is hard yet very light weight. It reminds me of some type of mushroom. It has no light or water under the house.

Thanks in advance



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That looks great. This thing is far too hard to cook.

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Serpula lacrymans.
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Those look similar except this is growing straight up and not spread about like the pictures of the Serpula lacrymans. Most likely in the same family. Thanks for the name.

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That is an alien pod, the kind that take over your body when you sleep so beware.
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Looks like an Obama plant. It's stealing all the nutrients from the soil without giving anything in return.
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You could contact the local county agricultural agent & send them your pics, or a botany dept of a nearby university. They could probably determine what it is.

It sure is weird looking.
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Same type of mushroom as one of these?

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I believe that's a cypress knee. Is there a bald cypress around the house?
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Re: Mystery Plant growing under house. Can anyone identify?
The angle of the picture you took looks like a polypore, possibly something like a Pseudofistulina (just do a google image search) or Ganoderma lucidum. But also may be another odd polypore given the branching stem structure like this one. [link to images.digitalmycology.com]

I'd also look into Amauroderma as those are long-stalked polypores.
[link to mushroomobserver.org] - looks like one of the pictures you posted.

The other option is that it could be a phallales, since those are notorious for growing in flower pots. However, the fruiting structure looks unlike any phallales I've seen.

If you provide some better pictures with more angles, I can probably give you a better ID on it.

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Clavariadelphus
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It's looks to be aproximately 8-9 inches in length.Club corals can grow like that Clavariadelphus truncatus, but that seems to be the shape. Clavariadelphus occidentalis is a pretty good bet; they can grow up to 17 cm (6.7 inches) but this specimen looks maybe desiccated?
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It's an unusual specimen. Is there a mycologist at your local university. I'm sure they'd like to see it. Assume it's dangerous upon prudence. Some might have contact poison or potentially aspirated as fugus spores can colonize lung tissue or even cross the cribiform plate in the nose and into the brain (Aspergillis)
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Serpula lacrymans.
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I think this is correct.


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Whoa, those images, that looks like it could destroy a house in a hurry.
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Triffid? :)

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