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Stinkhorns, cage-like

Overview

 

The mature fruitbody consists of a spherical, pear-shaped, ellipsoidal or somewhat columnar cage.

 

Ileodictyon fruitbodies are white. Those of  Colus and Pseudocolus are yellow, orange or red.

 

Thus far there seems to be no record of Pseudocolus from the Canberra Nature Map area, but it has been found closer to the coast.

 

No species currently exist here.

Conservation Level

  • All conservation levels (change?)

Invasiveness

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