Clel. & Cheel
A common fungus found under tea trees Variable in colour, young fruiting bodies can appear very green. It normally has a glutinous deep metallic blue cap with a brown centre and a viscid metallic blue stalk in wet conditions.
Notes: Clamp connections on all tissue, No cystidia. KOH on the cap and stipe produced a pinkish reaction.
Common name: None
Found: Leptospermum forest
Substrate: Growing from ground
Height: 75 mm
Width: 50 mm
Spores: brown 7 - 9 µm. x 5.5 - 7µm subglobos to globose, finely verrucose.
Basida: 30 - 38 µm. x 8 - 11µm cylindro-clavate to cylindric, 4 spored.