Favolaschia Calocera

This is a new invasive species and not generally listed as present in the UK. Favolaschia calocera, commonly known as the orange pore fungus, is a species of fungus in the family Mycenaceae. First observed in Madagascar, it has recently spread around the world and is now known from New Zealand, Italy, Australia, Hawaii, Venezuela, DR Congo, Tanzania, Zambia, Kenya,Thailand, China, Norfolk Island, Réunion Island, and Mayotte.

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