Found on garden mulch which is a well rotted / composted mixture of sawdust and hay from chicken / calf raising / floor sweepings
Mushroom smell. Clearly enjoyed by slugs or snails.
Seems to be smaller than what stropharia aurantiaca is stated to be, but this might be due to colder spring temperatures resulting in smaller fruiting bodies?
Found on pine log, not distinctive smell.
Corticolous on street plantings of Melia azedarach. Adding a nice splash of colour to the otherwise normal urban Auckland tree lichen display of Parmotrema reticulatum, P. perlatum, Physcia jackii, Heterodermia japonica and Usnea inermis. Associated fern is Pyrrosia eleagnifolia and liverwort is Frullania pentapleura.
Thallus C-, K-, KC+ (orange rapidly darkening to black), leprose, bright yellow. A very common urban lichen in Auckland
Various fungi including