Xylaria spp. anamorph
This is likely an anamorph of Xylaria. Thanks Christine Young.
About 5mm tall growing from the crevices in a treefern in a very damp and dark rainforest.
The external folds were clean white and the core is pink. There was a good amount of mycelia attached yet somewaht tangled with mosses. This photo has the lighting subdued in an attempt to get detail on the heads. Next shot is more realistic colour.
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