|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
Found at the boundary of an oak/spruce forest at the southern boundary of the Moehnesee.
When the fruiting bodies of this puffball become mature, they become brown. A hole in the top releases spores. It opens when the mushroom is hit by raindrops or falling acorns. The inhalation of the spores may cause lung problems.
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