About 30mm wide in a loose group of 5 on a very large eucalyptus (E regnans?)
In a local nature reserve adjoining a national park.
Also called toothed jelly fungus, false hedgehog mushroom, and white jelly mushroom. Apparently they can be candied for eating but are a bit bland.
Lat: -37.87, Long: 145.35
Spotted on Jul 29, 2014
Submitted on Jul 31, 2014
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