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Xeromphalina sp.

Xeromphalina sp. Family: Mycenaceae

Basidiomycota - gilled fungus

Cap: hemispherical though may flatten a bit with age, small, translucent-striate (can see gill ridges from outside of cap); indented slightly in the top

Gills: decurrent, usually lighter than cap

Stem: tough, darker, up to 1mm wide and 10 mm long

Habit: grow in dense clusters

Substrate: decaying logs

Habitat: native forests, on eucalypt debris in pine forests

Spores: White in deposit; ellipsoidal, smooth


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Xeromphalina sp. at Wattamolla, NSW - 9 Jun 2020 by WattaWanderer
Xeromphalina sp. at Wattamolla, NSW - 9 Jun 2020 by WattaWanderer


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Species information

  • Xeromphalina sp. Scientific name
  • Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Rare or uncommon Native
  • Non-Invasive
  • 242.146587537092m Recorded at altitude

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