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Clubs or stalks (maybe a forked or broader apex)

Overview

 

A fungus in this group has a fruitbody that is basically no more than a club or stalk in appearance.

 

There may some broadening centrally to give a spindle-like  look or the fruitbody may broaden towards the apex (but there is no well-differentiated cap).

 

In some the stalk may fork at the apex, but the fruitbodies lack the branching found in the coralloid fungi (https://canberra.naturemapr.org/Community/Categories/Guide/1732).

 

10 species

Calocera sp. (A stagshorn fungus)

Calocera sp.
Calocera sp.
Calocera sp.
Calocera sp.
Calocera sp.
Calocera sp.

Clavulinopsis amoena (Yellow club)

Clavulinopsis amoena
Clavulinopsis amoena
Clavulinopsis amoena
Clavulinopsis amoena
Clavulinopsis amoena
Clavulinopsis amoena

Clavulinopsis corallinorosacea (Clavulinopsis corallinorosacea)

Clavulinopsis sulcata (A club fungi)

Clavulinopsis sulcata
Clavulinopsis sulcata
Clavulinopsis sulcata
Clavulinopsis sulcata
Clavulinopsis sulcata
Clavulinopsis sulcata

Cordyceps sp. (A Vegetable Caterpillar)

Cordyceps sp.
Cordyceps sp.

Drechmeria gunnii (Dark Vegetable Caterpillar)

Drechmeria gunnii
Drechmeria gunnii
Drechmeria gunnii
Drechmeria gunnii
Drechmeria gunnii
Drechmeria gunnii

Geoglossum (Earth tongue)

Geoglossum
Geoglossum
Geoglossum
Geoglossum
Geoglossum
Geoglossum

Conservation Level

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Invasiveness

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Clubs or stalks (maybe a forked or broader apex)

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