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Myxomycete, Slime Mould. Trichia sp.
Fallen tree , completely rotted , small 1cm white glutinous balls with stipe
Moist forest area area near Lobster Falls , Mole Creek TAS
Possible - Myxomycete, Slime Mould. Trichia sp.
Looks like it Mark ...i am going back to check on it , see what its doing this week .Thankyou so much for that ! Appreciate your help.
Might be a Trichia sp.. https://www.flickr.com/photos/68769579@N... and (T varia?) http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/915... (Alex is pretty spot on)
This picture represents about 1/8th of what was over the fallen tree trunk..i will be going back to check on it...
Fabulous. A little like Herman's purple grapes but clean and white. Must search for this one...
Lat: -41.56, Long: 146.48
Spotted on Aug 9, 2014 Submitted on Aug 15, 2014
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