AppearanceBright red/pink clusters of closely packed, rounded egg-like jelly structures later becoming dull and powdery..
Usually up to 100mm wide.
Stemonitis ferruginosa Batsch
DistributionWorldwide except Anarctica
StatusNot at risk
BehaviorForms on moist timber.
HabitatUsually low in damp forested areas with protection from strong winds.
ReproductionThe raspberry-like stage is the beginning of the sporangic phase.
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