Large flowered native broom.
Viscid waxgill with distinctly green gills. Cap green with purple and slightly orange in centre, 25 mm diam. x 30-35 mm height. Gills attached with slight decurrent tooth. Stipe purplish near apex, green in centre and paler yellow-orange towards base. On bare soil with bryophytes in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Big Belly Seahorse at Kelly Tarltons
Very soft rubbery, floppy pleurotoid fruit bodies on small fallen branch. Larger fruit bodies up to 3.5 cm diam. x 2.5 cm height. Cap colour pink-brown with lighter shallow pink-brown gills with lots of crossing intervening gills. Remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest
White-cream coral fungus in a large clump (5 x 5.5 cm) with pointed tips. Branching structure in multiples >2 (often 3). Small multi-angled spores about 4 x 4.4 micron. On soil in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Apricot waxgill with a dry cap, 0.6-1.1 cm diam. x 2-2.5 cm height. Apricot coloured gills and stipe. Gills attached, slightly decurrent. Stipe tapering at base, 2 mm diam. Remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
- Originates from North East Australia
- Strong lemon scent
Small to medium yellow waxgill with a more orange-yellow centre with pale creamy-yellow decurrent gills (lighter on edge), 1.5-2.5 cm diam. x 2.5-5 cm height. Cap convex to flat with a depression in centre. Stipe yellow, concolorous with cap, single to fused double, up to 7 mm diam. On soil in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Medium sized orange-yellow waxgill with a dry cap, 2-3 cm diam. x 4-6 cm height. Cap, gills and stipe all more or less concolorous. Gills attached with a slight decurrent tooth, yellow to yellow-orange with a paler edge. Stipe hollow, yellow-orange, darker near cap attachment, 5 mm diam. On soil in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Golden-yellow very viscid Gliophorus. Both cap and stipe viscid. Cap darker (golden) in centre with paler yellow striate margin, up to 1.5 cm diam. x 3.5-4 cm height. Gills attached, creamy-pale yellow. Stipe apricot-pink at top half and yellow at base, 2-3 mm diam., solid (not hollow).
Viscid red-orange waxgill. Cap dark red-orange when young becoming deep orange when older, up to 3.5 cm diam. x 3.5 cm height. Gills attached, orange with a paler yellow edge, creamy-yellow-orange in young fruit bodies. Stipe orange and hollow, 8 mm diam., in young fruit bodies stipe is red-orange at top and paler at base. On soil in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Hygrophorus involutus with pale pink gills and fruit body with hint of pink tones, pink colour fading with maturity. I have seen this species in two other colour variations, with pure white gills and apricot-yellow gills. On soil in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Small bright orange waxgills, always with a flat cap and strongly descending gills, like little orange tacks, paler around margin, 7-10 mm diam. x 1.5-2 cm height. Gills pale yellow-cream. Stipe orange near apex and more yellow at base. On soil in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Creamy-white Entoloma with pink attached gills. Young fruit bodies with an inrolled margin, older fruit bodies with a depression in centre, 2.5-5 cm diam. x 4-8 cm height. Stipe smooth, creamy-white, 5.5-6 mm diam. On soil in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest with totara.
Pink-tan clubs, 2-4 mm diam. x 3.5-6 cm height. Narrower at base with a rounded apex. On soil in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest with totara.
Large group of fragile white clubs covering a large area of bank soil looking like white "grass". Simple clubs with a tapered apex, white to cream, some with pale yellow colour. Soft, breaking easily, up to 5 cm height and 1-1.5 mm diam. Remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Group of bright fluro-orange club fungi. Simple clubs, up to 3 mm diam. x up to 5.5 cm height, narrower at base (1.5 mm diam.) and with a rounded apex. Another collection also seen where apex had darkened to orange-brown with age and become more pointed - thought to be same species. On soil in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest with totara.
Group of bright yellow club fungi. Simple unbranched clubs with a rounded apex, up to 2 mm diam. x 3.5-5.5 cm height. No odour. Spores about 5.5-7 x 4-4.5 micron. On soil in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
A small waxgill with a yellow-pink dry cap and pale pink decurrent gills which are distant. Cap slightly depressed in centre and with a wavy margin, 1.2-1.8 cm diam. x 3-3.5 cm height. Stipe pale yellow along entire length, 2-3 mm diam. On soil in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Brown agaric growing amongst treefern litter. Cap striate with brown attached gills. Up to 2.8 cm diam. x 3-6 cm height. Stipe yellow, smooth, 1.5-3 mm diam. Sporeprint a light grey-tan. Remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Ova carried by the crustacean
Common in colonies of 3-8 in lawn. Thallus 40 mm tall, cap 20-28 mm diameter, conical, upper surface pinkish brown with darker brown centre and striations running from centre to cap apex; underside with whitish wavy gills; stalk gracile, pinkish brown, 3-5 mm diameter, tapering from base to apex. A species of Mycena or Entoloma?
Saprophytic on freshly deposited bark mulch. Thallus orange, 10-20 mm tall, cap 15-20 mm diameter, weakly domed, above darker orange with pale orange striations radiating out from centre, margin of cap finely crenulate (almost appearing spinose), gills pale orange; stipe 2.5-3.2 mm diameter, delicate, crushing readily with no evident change in colour (beyond a slight darkening) on bruising