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  2015-05-24 12:58 PM

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  -38.266943 , 145.044844

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  1. Mark Ridgway  Hi Chris.. very likely Pleurotus australis. Quite variable appearance as they develop - here's a good set of pics to compare https://morrie2.wordpress.com/2010/03/09/pleurotis-australis-the-native-oyster-mushroom/

    Reply • 01 Jun 2015

  2. Tom May  Hi Chris, I reckon this matches Omphalotus nidiformis well. When it is young, the stipe can be strongly coloured, and the pileus can have stron brown, purple andor blue tints. The clincher is that it would glow in the dark.

    Reply • 18 Jul 2015

    • Mark Ridgway  Thanks again Tom. I haven't seen these young. It works well.

      Reply • 31 Jul 2015




NS Observation No. 5561CBDBED2A897A030004DE
Created 2015-05-24 11:02 PM (over 4 years ago)
Created By Chris Clarke
Updated 2015-07-18 10:15 PM (over 4 years ago)
Updated By Tom May
Edits 2
Photo Quality good-for-id
Camera Date-Stamp Yes
Camera Geotag Yes
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