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he fruit body is bright orange and has pores on the underside of the cap, which is up to 20 mm in diameter. Resembles an orange fan with deep pores, or a ping pong bat.
very busy walking tracks around the center of a community , this specimen , near an entry point onto the main walk , growing on a log (small mremovable size) Specimen's , has been dryed/bagged and tagged for further micro tree log has been burnt.
This fungus occurs naturally in Asia and Madagascar, but has been introduced to New Zealand and Europe. It has recently been sighted around Melbourne and at Lamington NP in Queensland as a 'fungal weed'. This is now the second reported sighting of it in Tasmania , that has been brought to the attention of Dr G. Gates ...both found in very similar woodlands habitats.