I guess these are 3 different stages of the same fungi ?
Or is the brown one a slime mold that has joined them ?
On the underside of a slab of wood.
This caught my eye and the only one in the whole area. Growing on a pine tree. Really delicate as just a puff of wind and it would move when the leaves around it wouldn't move. Reminds me of cocoa :)
And I do not have a clue as to what it is, so fungi including lichens is my best guess!
This divine creep was seen lurking in bark chip in a cultivated garden (Cedars of Lebanon garden at Dunedin Botanic Garden)
Small Amanita with no obvious ring on stipe, up to 4 cm in diameter and 5.5 cm in height. Cap surface brown, powdery with raised scales. Margin of gills "shaggy". Under planted teatree.
I thought this was different from the one I saw last week but later in the day it changed colour from yellow to grey.
A patch of mushrooms growing under the old macrocarpas in Hoon Hay Park (trees added as a separate observation).