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Gills connected by cross veins

Overview

 

The fruitbodies of the fungi in this sub-group have numerous cross-connections between the radial gills. Sometimes this can give the lower surface an almost pored look. However, the pores are irregular in size and shape and usually you can still see a number of well-defined, radial gills.

 

The genera you are likely to find in the Canberra Nature Map area are Campanella (dirty white overall) and Resupinatus (grey-brown to dark grey).

 

No species currently exist here.

Conservation Level

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Invasiveness

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