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Tremella fuciformis

Tremella fuciformis


A semi-translucent white jelly fungus growing on the dark side of a very large log (E.regnans)


Very tall, dark and wet eucalyptus forest.


Also called snow fungus, silver ear fungus or white jelly mushroom. Apparently very edible although we can't eat our national parks.

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Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 6 years ago

Hi Sara thanks for the comment but "..Pseudohydnum is monotypic, containing only the widely distributed species Pseudohydnum gelatinosum.." - wikipedia. Are you saying this is 'gelatinosum'? (as pictured here... ) Why is it not the ID I have given?

SaraCulley 6 years ago

The genus is pseudohydnum

tibiprada 6 years ago

Wooow !

Victoria, Australia

Lat: -37.88, Long: 145.35

Spotted on May 5, 2012
Submitted on May 5, 2012

Spotted for missions

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