Underwoodia beatonii – Beaton’s Club

On the ground, amongst leaf litter in native vegetation, usually eucalypts, sheoaks and melaleuca species. Waxy, club-like fruit-bodies have tan to black, blunt heads and off-white stems. Club shapes vary from smooth and rounded to irregularly furrowed. They can be simple, or complexes of fused furrowed columns.

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