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Jelly babies

Leotia lubrica

Description:

Cap: 1-4 cm; variable in shape but more or less convex; convoluted; bald; with a smooth or slightly wrinkled surface; sticky or slimy when fresh, but sometimes drying out; the margin inrolled; buff, brownish yellow, yellow, or olive--not infrequently turning dark green to nearly black with age; undersurface bald and pale. Flesh: Gelatinous when fresh.

Habitat:

Growing on the edge surface of a walking dirt track

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CharliePrice
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CharliePrice

Tasmania, Australia

Spotted on Jul 16, 2015
Submitted on Jul 17, 2015

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