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Home Fungi Caps on stems; none of the above Caps otherwise Physalacria


A Physalacria fruiting body consists of a hollow head atop a stem (sometimes quite short in relation to the size of the head). The head may be globose to somewhat conical (and in some species with folds to make it a little brain-like) and is white to yellowish. Fruiting bodies range from a millimetre or two up to 25 millimetres in height, depending on species, and occur on wood.



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Physalacria at Paddys River, ACT - 9 Jun 2016 by KenT
Physalacria at Paddys River, ACT - 9 Jun 2016 by KenT


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  • Physalacria Scientific name
  • Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

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