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Purple Deaths? Bubble Tips? Orange Flame Mushrooms?


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    hard to tell in the pic but is that a yellow bta or a faded green?

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    This^
    I'd love to get my hands on a yellow BTA.

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    First pic is not of purple deaths, they don't have a green skirt. Might want to ask larry, he is pretty good with polyps

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluwc View Post
    First pic is not of purple deaths, they don't have a green skirt. Might want to ask larry, he is pretty good with polyps
    Those are Purple Deaths, purple with green skirts are Purple People Eaters or Jokers.

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    they are purple deaths. the white balancing in those pics is a bit off and gives the grey skirts a little green look. but PPE also have a green mouth and those are grey.

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    I didn't even look at the mouth, just saw the green skirt. That yellow nem is cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluwc View Post
    I didn't even look at the mouth, just saw the green skirt. That yellow nem is cool
    So I completely misread your first post, I thought you meant purple deaths had green skirts. I agree with buk, the white balance is off a bit.

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    Not bad not bad!
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