Notes: On dead wood in wet Eucalpyt forest. Fire had passed through this area sometime over the last 5-10 years.
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it wasn’t clear just what was going on here.
It is more white, and the two mushrooms look like a BRETZEL.
Slugs love. After their meal there remains only the conical part because outside hardest. Gelatin is emptied. Obs later. On Coconut-Palm. No fire.
asco has no stem but the agaric it’s growing on does have a small one. The host is immature so it isn’t clear, also not the best picture. The Yellow horns are the ascomycetes and I suppose it bears its spores somewhere on them. I had a description paper somewhere but am unable to locate it. It was a cool find and I’m happy to share it with others who think the same.
does this have a stem? what purpose are those yellow “horns?” where does it bear its spores?
what an amazing asco, doing its best basidio impression!
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