Found by gmuralid growing on a variety of woody debris, teak (Tectona grandis) leaves, and on a broken woody vine.
This is the same collection as # 8925.
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…before that, I was leaning towards a myxomycete!
Also see Observation 8925
Keys and a complete description, including line drawings and distribution data for Asia was found in Dring.
Dring, D. M. and R. W. G. Dennis. 1980. Clathraceae: Contributions toward a rational arrangement of the Clathraceae. Reprint from Kew Bulletin Vol. 35 (1). Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Surry, England. 96p.
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