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Bonus flush of Pleurotus ostreatus mushrooms from the buckets I started many months ago.

I moved these buckets outside after two flushes & removed the lids to allow the late-winter rains to rehydrate the substrate.

It's hard to tell from this photo but the attachment points of these clusters are between the bucket & the substrate (below the top surface).

Mushrooms often form at the interface between zones. In this case, a moist area at the edge of the substrate & close to open-air.

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