The hopperfoot (S. "Mithin", "Labadal", Q. "Sindihendi") or false Hoppers grew on the bark of many different types of trees in tropical forests.They resembled hopper mushrooms in that they were small and grey but were distinctly different because they had small, black dots on their caps. Without more than a glance, however, the difference was easy to miss. Hopperfoot mushrooms could be used to produce a salve against hitwounds, but also put the consumer into a deep sleep for 8 hours, during which time they became subject to uncontrollable flatulence.They were difficult to find.

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