Collection location: State Forest near Comboyne, New South Wales, Australia [Click for map]
I have a reference that is similar to the image except for the tip colour. This reference by B. Fuhrer names the specimen: lleodictyon cibarium. This name is not in the site listings. I did have touble creating an sp. So I have left the nameing suggestion blank. I did notice in Bruce’s naming, that he spelt the first name with “small letters”. Usually the spelling is in Capitals! This may represent something?
His image shows the stem drooped. The images I have posted the stems are erect.
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This book has been out of print for years, but found it online:
Cunningham, G. H. 1942. The Gasteromycetes of Australia and New Zealand.
And I didnt use glue.
These are sooo cute, look at that, a stink horn that grows off wood… neat!