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Image taken in riparian zone along Sportsman Creek wildlife refuge. “Pear shaped, light brown, granular coated ball. These fruiting bodies are densely covered with tiny spines and form on rotting timber in rainforests and eucalypt forests and is one of two Australian puffball species”.

Reference;   Young, A.M.   A Field Guide to the Fungi of Australia.

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