Notes: Uncovered from beneath leaf litter along trail bank in rainforest with Lophostemon dominant.
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of the peridium suggested at first sight that it was a taxon of an austral Chamonixia (=Rosbeeva Lebel & Orihara in ed.). This latter was out in force during late May, early June in SE Queensland. However, the gleba was wrong and the spores were definitely not of those genera.
Bougher & Castellano, who described the genus, suggested it was allied to Heimiella (=Heimioporus). I’m in the process of getting some DNA out to see where that points. Thanks!
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