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Aleurina ferruginea

Aleurina ferruginea


Aleurina ferruginea grow singly or gregariously (scattered, or loose groups). The yellowish/tan outer surface was finely velvety with tiny brownish 'warts'. The inner surface was greenish-yellow and smooth.


Found on a heavy moss part of a decayed stump , where there was a fair amount of trapped soil.

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Tasmania, Australia

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

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