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    Quote Originally Posted by Taplow View Post
    Made up my Enzo Trapper knife kit from Bjorn at Creative Man over the last few days.

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    The leather sheath came with the kit, fits tightly and is really well made. The blade came razor sharp and just a bit of whittling with it has turned it into my current favourite fixed blade knife - really aggressive, so much so I had to reduce pressure to avoid cutting too deep too quickly.
    Looks fantastic ! Well done

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    Very nice with simple lines and well finished.

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    Excellent job Taplow!

    With the weather so hot, we've been doing a few night bushwalks.
    The last one was full of wildlife, with two brown snakes and a death adder on the track-they seem to like this weather more than us.

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    Nice job Taplow, one day I aspire to such craftsmanship.
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    What did you do today?

    Hi all, I spotted this fungi in our back garden. Any ideas what it is? My searching has been fruitless so far.
    If it helps, itís sitting next to an old stump I dug out a while back and is next to a massive gum.
    oh, should gave mentioned, itís nearly 20cm tall
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter.robinson View Post
    Hi all, I spotted this fungi in our back garden. Any ideas what it is? My searching has been fruitless so far.
    If it helps, it’s sitting next to an old stump I dug out a while back and is next to a massive gum.
    oh, should gave mentioned, it’s nearly 20cm tall
    thanks
    It doesn't really look like anything in my book ....
    Could it be something like Hydnellum ?

    ... or I wonder if its actually a misshapen bracket fungi (say Artist's bracket) ?

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    I spent a few hours looking on line as an excercise in photorecognition.

    I think family Bankeraceae and of those I would think some form of Hydnellum, but searching Hydnellum alone I couldn't find the exact match.

    I'm not sure if the morphology will change as it grows, might make identification easier...

    Your backyard is one of the best places to discover a new species!

    Hydnellum Robinsonii?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie123 View Post
    It doesn't really look like anything in my book ....
    Could it be something like Hydnellum ?

    ... or I wonder if its actually a misshapen bracket fungi (say Artist's bracket) ?
    Thanks Aussie, it doesnít seem to be structured like any bracket fungi Iíve seen before but could be I suppose. Iíll look at some more photos and go look at the artistís bracket.
    Re Hydnellum, Iíll go look that one up, thankyou

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thrud View Post
    I spent a few hours looking on line as an excercise in photorecognition.

    I think family Bankeraceae and of those I would think some form of Hydnellum, but searching Hydnellum alone I couldn't find the exact match.

    I'm not sure if the morphology will change as it grows, might make identification easier...

    Your backyard is one of the best places to discover a new species!

    Hydnellum Robinsonii?
    Hi Thrud, thanks for spending the time!
    Ok so Iíll do some digging around Bankeraceae and Hydnellum which matches Aussieís thoughts too, will also take some more photos in the morning.
    haha yes, having my own fungal species!

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