Omphalotus nidiformis is a bioluminescent gilled bracket fungus that is located in Australia. It is a saprophyte, feeding on decaying wood. It is an important element in the diet of the large snail species Hedleyella falconeri.

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As a wood-decaying saprobe, Omphalotus nidiformis can be grown on various kinds of wood, typically hardwood.

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Australia, possibly India.


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