Species: Xylaria hypoxylon (Linnaeus:Fries) Greville Go Back
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Description:
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Fruit bodies are erect, tough, clavarioid in shape, usually branched near the top with white tips from the asexual spores. Variable in shape and size, they grow in clusters from decaying wood.  
Common name: Stags horn fungus
Found: Urban and Native forest
Substrate: Growing from wood
Spore: Black Asexual Spores: White
Height: 30 mm
Width: 4 mm
Season: Autumn to winter
Edible: No
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Macro images:
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Xylaria hypoxylonScale bar  
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  Scale = 6mm.
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Xylaria hypoxylonScale bar  
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  Scale = 7mm.
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Xylaria hypoxylonScale bar  
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  Scale = 6mm.
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Xylaria hypoxylonScale bar  
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  Scale = 5mm.
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