Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa

>/2013/04/02/slime-mould_Ceratiomyxa_sp_Wongabel130402-4072.jpg|Wongabel, Apr 2013 >/2014/03/29/slime-mould_Ceratiomyxa_fruticulosa_SassafrasCrk140329-9564.jpg|Kallista, Mar 2014 >/2008/05/22/Ceratiomyxa_sp_Olinda080522-2681.jpg|Olinda, May 2008
Common Name=Icicle fairy fans Family=Ceratiomyxaceae Genus/Species=Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa (O.F. Müll.) T. Macbr., 1899 Abundance &
Distribution=Common throughout wetter parts of Australia from the tropics to Tasmania. Habitat &
Substrate=Found mainly on fallen logs and branches. Description=Can form extensive colonies of pale, semi-translucent usually branched clubs that are 5 10mm long. I have only seen white forms but according to fungimap they may have other pale shades. Like much slime-mould, their fruiting life cycle only lasts a few days from emerging to disintegration and disappearing. Links=ALA Links=fungimap