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Charcoal Cups Anthracobia muelleri Anthracobia muelleri is a tiny disc-shaped fungus that fruits prolifically on burnt soil after a bushfire these were taken at hardys scrub onkaparinga where they were heavily clustered around the base of the grass trees which had been burnt there were even some growing on the butt of the grass tree trunk as well Anthracobia muelleri,Australia,Charcoal Cups,Geotagged,Winter,hardys scrub,onkaparinga national park,south australia Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Charcoal Cups Anthracobia muelleri

Anthracobia muelleri is a tiny disc-shaped fungus that fruits prolifically on burnt soil after a bushfire these were taken at hardys scrub onkaparinga where they were heavily clustered around the base of the grass trees which had been burnt there were even some growing on the butt of the grass tree trunk as well

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Anthracobia muelleri is a fungi in the Anthracobia genus.

Similar species: Pezizales
Species identified by Ferdy Christant
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By Jef braund

Public Domain
Uploaded Jun 26, 2016. Captured Jun 25, 2016 00:51 in 725 Chapel Hill Rd, Blewitt Springs SA 5171, Australia.
  • Canon EOS 60D
  • f/4.5
  • 1/32s
  • ISO200
  • 24mm