Calocera guepiniodesCommon name: Scotsman’s Beard

Meaning of name: Unknown.

Distribution: Unknown.

Description: This species looks like tiny, cylindrical or slightly tapering orange or yellow fingers on wood. The fingers are up to 5mm tall and have a gelatinous texture. It can be found on dead wood, often Banksia wood. It is a decomposer species of fungi.

References: Fungi of the Perth Region and Beyond. Neale L Bougher. http://www.bushlandperth.org.au/activities/perth-fungi-project