Tiny and bright pink - on the underside of an oak log. Sponge-like, lacy oval structures on stalks, which released clouds of spores when poked.
This was such a bright yellow! The photos really don't show how bright it was. It really stood out against the log it was growing on. Is it some kind of slime mould?
Large number of large gilled mushrooms growing on a old Mahoe trunk, the tree was not dead, but some parts of the trunk were rotten.
58mm lens cap for scale in last photo.
Bright red fungus about 50 mm diameter with arms on conical stalk. Situated in bark and cabbage tree leaf litter.
Not at all sure on ID, but figured Jerry would like the pictures. Both photographs are upside down -- apologies for that.
On cut end of Nothofagus log