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Mucronella pendula At last I found some.<br />
Up inside a large old damp log.. a very dubious location for an arm with snakes still cruising around. Australia,Geotagged,Mucronella pendula,TG6,mucronella pendula Click/tap to enlarge PromotedCountry intro

Mucronella pendula

At last I found some.
Up inside a large old damp log.. a very dubious location for an arm with snakes still cruising around.

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  1. Great find but a snake would have been the icing on the cake Posted 4 months ago

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''Mucronella pendula'' is a species of fungus in the family Clavariaceae. It was first described in 1901 by George Edward Massee as ''Myxomycidium pendulum''. American mycologist Ron H. Petersen transferred it to ''Mucronella'' in 1980.

Similar species: Agaricales
Species identified by Mark Ridgway
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By Mark Ridgway

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Uploaded Jun 12, 2020. Captured in 1A Mount Dandenong Tourist Rd, Tremont VIC 3785, Australia.