Fairly common slime mold in Finland
Medium-sized mushroom with striated base, brown gills, and patches on the cap.
(5370)Green /blue button fungi 6 to 10mm Name discrepancy
Chlorosplenium aeruginosum or Chlorociboria aeruginosa which is correct
(4919)lots of long fine filaments on possum poo some have yellow blobs ,less then 0.5 mm ,maybe Phycomycetes
(5152)cream blobs short stem on a cabbage tree stump ,maybe Badhemia sp but which one
glass like uprights with black "seeds" on top or brown fans 25mm high Hepaticae Liverwort
(2111 c)Stemonitis ? grouped but which one
(2165)cluster of stemonitis ,but which one
Old slime mould, perhaps Fuligo septica.
Several patches, on the underside of a dead pohutukawa branch.
On pinus radiata stump after perhaps two weeks without rain. Tree felled about 24 months removed, bark removed perhaps five months ago.
Seen once on a weathered, decorticated puriri (Vitex lucens) log lying in ridgeline rawiri (Kunzea linearis) / puriri forest.
very small fungi growing on dead stem of a plant.last photo is the host plant
Growing in weeds below almond trees.
Unidentified slime mould on dead log in kanuka - dominated forest
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