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Lacy gilled Trogia straminea

posted 7 Mar 2017, 22:47 by Jamie Derkenne   [ updated 7 Mar 2017, 22:49 ]

Trogia straminea (Fuhrer 270) Swain’s Gardens, Killara NSW March 8 2017, growing on wood. As Fuhrer says, “translucent-striate, usually deeply funnel shaped. The pale yellow-brown decurrent gills are cross connected with shallow veins.” In this case the gills were almost white and the specimen was growing in a very moist part of the gardens. This is the first time we have seen this species.