Notes: I have found and photographed this unusual fungi several times. Sometimes the growth is more abundant within the fungi and at other times it is not as thick in habit. I have had two different ID’s for the fungi of which I cannot make a decission as to which is the correct ID.
Two samples are from my uploads: 55298 Isaria
and 66301 Thelephoraceae
This specimen was growing on wood which is the normal habit. Usually only found in single or two lots of growth. I have several images of the last example found at Swans and will load them for viewing and possible ID verification.
Many thanks, kk
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Thelephora is certainly one possibility. like so many of Ian’s eyecatching finds down under, microscopy could say so much. I hesitate to make species determinations for fungi found so far away from both Europe and North America, and particularly for somewhere I’m so generally unfamiliar with.
The specimen I found (in this file) only had a stong mushroom odour. I am going to try and get access to the area on Friday, if we dont get more bad weather. I also am going to see if I can retrieve the Bolete that I loaded to keep for Royh.
I will check this fungi out again more thoroughly, (they usually last several days), and get back with a reply. Thanks for the interest and comment. kk
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