Collection location: State Forest near Comboyne, New South Wales, Australia [Click for map]
This bracket fungi was only about 5cm across . I was unable to show the pores without removing it from its habitat. I chose not to do so because, I thought it was very similar to 8168
These are rather attractive bracket fungy compared to the usual dull brown common variety that we see. They seem to all (of this group) discharge droplets of fluid especially when the humidity is high or it is raining. (as was in this case.) The second image is of a similar Bracket fungi but larger and more mature. I do not yet have any reference on these fungi.
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You are dead right. The top image is not supposed to be there. I will move it to the right spot. kk
look like two different species.
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