Behind an old hut on the site in a very damp and shaded area. There were several of this fungi at this site but it was quite dark and the camera had trouble finding the subject I was looking at.
Waxgill with purple cap with some yellow-green colour particularly in juvenile fruit body. Gills thick, waxy green-yellow with some purple near margin, attached with a small decurrent tooth. Mature fruit body flat with upturned margin while juvenile fruit body is broadly conical, 1.8- 3.5 cm diam x 5-8 cm height. Stipe green-yellow at the top, purple in the middle and bright orange in the bottom half, 7-8 mm diam. for mature specimen. On bare soil on bank in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Group of tacky rusty-tan fruit bodies with cream gills, a white sporeprint and a velvety stipe with a very dark base. Cap up to 3 cm across and up to 3 cm high. Gills attached. On fallen log in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Growing at the base of a dead Pinus radiata stump. Perhaps Pycnoporus coccineus.