## The naked snail and the mushroom!! [![IMG_6850.jpg](https://s7.postimg.cc/wxw1hheh7/IMG_6850.jpg)](https://postimg.cc/image/osdzjbq87/) To me it seemed that these mushrooms grew overnight in my garden!! As you can see there were quite a number of them on my lawn, and in the photo above you can see a **naked snail** visiting the mushrooms. In South Africa we call a slug a **naked snail**, a slug is in essence a snail without a shell, from there the name **naked snail**!! [![IMG_6832.jpg](https://s7.postimg.cc/ancrvcebf/IMG_6832.jpg)](https://postimg.cc/image/6qzfzctbr/) The one mushroom has an almost perfect round hole in it, I wonder what caused it?? As you can see these mushrooms are quite small when you compare them to the grass. [![IMG_6835.jpg](https://s7.postimg.cc/8610o44pn/IMG_6835.jpg)](https://postimg.cc/image/4z6h4hk9j/) Below is the front view of the hole, it is almost like a window to the inside of the mushroom. [![IMG_6833.jpg](https://s7.postimg.cc/qmvfenxfv/IMG_6833.jpg)](https://postimg.cc/image/n39houupz/) Below is another photo of the **naked snail**, sailing over the lawn. is that a 3 leaved clover I see there? [![IMG_6864.jpg](https://s7.postimg.cc/fyrofskvv/IMG_6864.jpg)](https://postimg.cc/image/6qzfz3dtj/) I don't know what type of mushroom these are, but they do look interesting, and they just appeared my my garden all by themselves. I hope you liked the these photos as much as I enjoyed taking them. All photos were taken by me with my iPhone, at my home, in Pretoria, South-Africa.