Gloeocantharellus novae-zelandiae
(Segedin) Giachini 2011
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Description:
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These fungi are sturdy, fleshy, and vase or funnel shaped with smooth to wrinkled outer surfaces. It was once contained in the Cantharellaceae family, but recent DNA studies have placed it with Gomphaceae
Common name: None
Found: Native Forest
Substrate: Ground
Spore: White
Height: 50 mm
Width: 25 mm
Season: Early Winter
Edible: Unknown
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Macro images:
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Scale= 7 mm.
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Scale= 7 mm.
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Scale= 7 mm.
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Scale= 5 mm.
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Gloeocantharellus novae-zelandiae
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Scale= 6 mm.
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Surprising this species normal has poorly formed gills that are more folds ridges then gills but these two collections above and below have well formed gills.
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Scale= 6 mm.
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The Hidden Forest
Forest Fungi