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thanks for sharing.
I added a couple of habitat shots of the area these were found. They were found in an area that was burnt in March 2010 (as seen in the second photo). The forest was very lush and wet with the bracken reaching 8 ft in places and tree ferns scattered throughout the valleys.
This is so beautiful. Great Photo.
Very cool parasitic fungus! Looks like my friend Roz Lowen was an author on the description. I can’t wait to take her asco workshop again at the PA NAMA this August.
I remembered seeing on Bill Leithhead’s website but the general reference books I use are:
A field guide to Australian fungi – Bruce Fuhrer (2005)
Fungi Down Under (the fungimap guide) – Grey & Grey (2005)
Larger Fungi of South Australia – Cheryl Grgurinovic (1997)
If they don’t help me I usually browse the web or find journal articles
What are your principal sources for identifying these down under fungi?