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Thelephora terrestris

Earthfan

 

Thelephora terrestris occurs with introduced conifers. The fruit bodies often appear in clusters, each fruit body somewhat fan-shaped and almost hugging the ground. The upper surface is dark brown (except for usually pale margins) and shaggy. The underside is a little paler and may be wrinkled but otherwise is smooth - no gills, no pores, no teeth.   

 

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Thelephora terrestris (Earthfan) at Carwoola, NSW - 16 Aug 2020 by JanetRussell Thelephora terrestris (Earthfan) at Isaacs Ridge and Nearby - 16 Jul 2020 by Mike Thelephora terrestris (Earthfan) at Coree, ACT - 6 Jun 2020 by CedricBear Thelephora terrestris (Earthfan) at Isaacs Ridge and Nearby - 8 Jul 2016 by Mike
Thelephora terrestris (Earthfan) at Carwoola, NSW - 16 Aug 2020 by JanetRussell
Thelephora terrestris (Earthfan) at Isaacs Ridge and Nearby - 16 Jul 2020 by Mike
Thelephora terrestris (Earthfan) at Coree, ACT - 6 Jun 2020 by CedricBear
Thelephora terrestris (Earthfan) at Isaacs Ridge and Nearby - 8 Jul 2016 by Mike

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Species information

  • Thelephora terrestris Scientific name
  • Earthfan Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Exotic
  • Non-Invasive
  • 737m to 803.4m Recorded at altitude

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