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Pseudohydnum orbiculare J.A. Cooper

These fruiting bodies are jelly-like, translucent white to pale greyor brown in colour. The spores are borne on the spines on the under-surface. Size: up to 40 mm. This species usually grows on the sides of rotting logs. This species is rounded or spathulate in shape with no stipe.

Pseudohydnumorbiculare625C
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Pseudohydnum totarae J.A. Cooper

These fruiting bodies are jelly-like, translucent white to pale grey or pale brown in colour. The spores are borne on the spines on the under-surface. Size: up to 40 mm wide. This species has a stipe and grows on soil where there is woody debris.

Pseudohydnumgelatinosum241B

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