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In Tasmania Metatrichia floriformis forms extensive colonies on the sodden bark or wood of Eucalyptus species.

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Comment by Mark on July 2, 2020 at 16:49

Very nice picture. It's funny in the Netherlands we often find this species on Beech trees in large quantities. Especially in spring/early summer. When do you mostly find it?

Comment by ian on April 20, 2020 at 7:32

That's a stunning image

Comment by Kenneth Ramos on April 19, 2020 at 2:11

Eucalyptus is something unheard of here in the Blue Ridge Mountain range but I am no stranger to them as California has plenty of them but back when I lived out there, I had not heard of slime molds.  These are quite interesting, are there any in particular that may or might be endemic to that particular substrate or to Australia as a whole?  Appreciate seeing these images of slime molds from Oz.

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