This rather small fungi was found growing on dead wood on the euyclaptus forist floor. (The approximate size of the larger specimens was about 20mmx20mm.)
I had misplaced my measure and have shown comparison thumbnail size as an indicator. (Thumbnail 20mm across). The colour of the fungi is true and the fungi did not appear to have any substantial stem. It was easily removed from its habitat, and had no distinctive aroma. The example in image (e) was found on the underside of the log and its physical stucture was more open or loose. (This may have been due to the sunlight available. The area although our end of Spring, had experienced good rainfall and the area was consistantly damp. Athough there were several clusters, about 5 in all, I was unable to detect any similar fungi in the area. I have not been able to find a reference to this particular fungi.


This image is not sharp, and thumbnail is provided as a reference for size only.

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