Species: Podoserpula pusio var. tristis Go Back
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Description:
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A very distinctive species with it delicate multi layered cap which makes it easy to identify, under the cap it has large blunt pale pink spines. These saprophytic are usally found growing from the side of decaying wood in small troops of 1 to 6 fruiting body's or less common from the top of buried moss covered wood. These were until recently an uncommon species but are turning up more frequently these days.  
Common name: Pagoda fungus
Found: Native Forest
Substrate: Growing from wood
Spore: White
Height: 100 mm
Width: 30 mm
Season: Autumn
Edible: No
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Macro images:
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Podoserpula pusio var. tristis Scale bar 
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 Scale = 7.8 mm.
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Podoserpula pusioScale bar 
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 Scale = 11 mm.
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Podoserpula pusioScale bar 
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 Scale = 6.8 mm.
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Podoserpula pusioScale bar 
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 Scale = 12.5 mm.
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