Newell's Paddock, Footscray

Newell's Paddock, Footscray

by Thomas N. and Maribyrnong Park Ranger


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Growing on acacia melanoxylon stump.

Date & Time

  2016-07-15 11:23 AM


  -37.797151 , 144.91178 : 2.587 m

Near Footscray VIC 3011, Australia


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  1. Tom May  Hi Thomas - details of underside are critical for identifying fungi. Whether it is a mushroom or a bracket fungus, usually need to see underside as well as top to see whether has lamellae,pores, spines or is smooth. For this one, the lobed, hairy pileus is characteristic for Schzophyllum (underneath the lamellae have a split right along the edge).

    Reply • 15 Jul 2016

    • Thomas N.  Thanks, Tom for identifying the fungi from my collections. In future I will take a small mirror so I can take photo of the underside of the fungi.

      Reply • 16 Jul 2016

NS Observation No. 5788CADAED2A89E69F0007CE
Created 2016-07-15 09:46 PM (almost 2 years ago)
Created By Thomas N.
Updated 2016-07-15 10:21 PM (almost 2 years ago)
Updated By Tom May
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Photo Quality good-for-id
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