Notes:
See previously loaded Obs:Gymnogaster boletoides J.W. Cribb (66652)
This latest specimen was located in the same position at the base of a large Eucalyptus tree. It was more mature than the original loaded images. (66652).
Three images re-post Processed for Focus and Clarity

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These two images of the bisected dried specimen, were taken with macro tubes giving approx. 5:1 ratio. The total length of the fungi was 4cm with stipe at 1cm and body at 3cm.
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These two images of the bisected dried specimen, were taken with macro tubes giving approx. 5:1 ratio. The total length of the fungi was 4cm with stipe at 1cm and body at 3cm.

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Thank you, sir.
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2014-04-22 07:45:50 PDT (-0700)

It looks very much like an altered Podaxis.

Do the pores protrude everywhere?

Daniel

I saved the fruiting body , but it was very mature to the first one I found. I will cut it anyhow and load the image to MO. (as soon as I can).

If you should find this again Ian,
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2014-04-21 15:05:26 PDT (-0700)

would love to see it in cross-section, too. Suspect it may be interior features which might assist in identification.

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