Pseudocolus garciae
Description:
This looks like a small, slender, pale Clathrus archeri with 3 to 4 white to pale pink arms. which are normally joined at their tips but may break free with age. Found in native bush, unlike Clathrus archeri that is a grassland species. For many years, this has been called Pseudocolus fusiformis, which is orange to red and not found in New Zealand.
Common name: None
Found: Native Forest
Substrate: Forest Floor
Spore: Brown
Height: 120 mm
Width: 25 mm
Season: ?
Edible: No
Macro images:
Pseudocolus garciae
Scale bar
Scale= 15 mm.
 
Pseudocolus garciae
Scale bar
Scale= 15 mm.
 
Hidden Forest
Slime Moulds