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Pic 1 shows the underside of the cap of this thick white fungus. The fertile surface showed closely packed white "teeth" instead of gills or pores. The teeth were decurrent ( running down the stem) -pic 4. The young fruiting bodies were growing in a clump with some of their thick white stipes fused together. The caps were a pale orange, distorted by mutual pressure and showed in-rolled margins. The stem turned a beautiful orange when bruised or cut.
Growing on a damp eucalyptus forest floor, among leaf and wood debris.

Date & Time

  2014-07-15 03:46 PM


-37.85478 , 145.322051 : 167.185 m

Near The Basin VIC 3154, Australia


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  1. Chris Lindorff  Hi Leuba. Great to have a photo of this species. It is a Fungimap target species. I have now added the name to the NS database. Cheers.

    Reply • 06 Mar 2015

NS Observation No. 54F988F6ED2A89097E00054B
Created 2015-03-06 10:01 PM (almost 5 years ago)
Created By Leuba Ridgway
Updated 2015-03-07 12:11 PM (almost 5 years ago)
Updated By Leuba Ridgway
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