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A Coralloid clump is the fruiting body for this species of fungi. They are generally associated in a mycorrhizal  relationship with eucalyptus trees and grow in tufts amongst  forest litter. Found in the riparian zone of  the Conservation Area. Possibly Clavulina cristata or Ramariopsis kunzei . I.D. courtesy of Nigel Fechner.

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

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