Ghoulish mud man from the Asaro River Valley, New Guinea, dons a helmet of dried clay and smears mud over his body to portray an evil spirit
National Geographic | July 1969
Fungi of the Walpole-Nornalup National Park #2
Although resembling, and confused with, the northern hemisphere Russula mariae it is a distinct species, and one of the most common Russula in south-west Western Australia.
There are over 750 species of Russula worldwide.