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harrison33

Date

June 4, 2019 02:38 PM AEST

Description

Patch was ~30cm in width. Found on decaying mountain ash log.

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harrison33

Date

June 20, 2019 12:37 PM AEST

Description

Growing upon a decaying eucalyptus log. Have read that Without microscopy it can be quite hard to positively ID gelatinous fungi, however this fits the bill for this species very well.

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harrison33

Date

June 15, 2019 03:27 PM AEST

Description

Growing underneath eucalyptus trees.

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harrison33

Date

June 19, 2019 03:16 PM AEST

Description

Growing just beside a football field, in between two pinus ponderosa trees 10 metres apart--one was recently cut off at the stump. Eucalypts are also present about 30 or so metres away from these two fruit bodies.

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harrison33

Date

June 20, 2019 05:00 PM AEST

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harrison33

Date

June 19, 2019 04:05 PM AEST

Description

Found growing on a living eucalyptus sp. (possibly E. ovata or E. obliqua). Two fruit bodies could be seen, the first two photos are of the first (slightly eaten up), the third photo was the other one, about a metre higher up the trunk.

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Dyeball Pisolithus arhizus

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harrison33

Date

April 1, 2019 06:23 PM +11

Description

The largest of these I have seen, very common in and around where this was found though, almost one every 10 metres along the nature strips.

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harrison33

Date

June 11, 2019 03:44 PM AEST

Description

Growing on a broken paperbark branch. Underside smooth, as can just be seen if you zoom in on the contorted fruit body in the top right corner.

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Trooping Crumble Cap Coprinellus disseminatus

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harrison33

Date

June 11, 2019 03:36 PM AEST

Description

Growing on a decaying paperbark log, there were many hundreds scattered alongside a walkway over about 50 metres.

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Robust Bracket Fomitiporia robusta

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harrison33

Date

June 11, 2019 03:40 PM AEST

Description

Among very many others, all growing on paperbark trees in this particular area.

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harrison33

Date

June 15, 2019 03:30 PM AEST

Description

Growing underneath Eucalypts.

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harrison33

Date

June 19, 2019 04:41 PM AEST

Description

Found underneath Eucalypts. First cluster ~5cm diameter. There were multiple clusters in a small area as seen in the fourth photograph.

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harrison33

Date

June 20, 2019 05:08 PM AEST

Description

Pretty cool such an exotic fungi can be found in an area so urban.

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Plums-and-Custard Tricholomopsis rutilans

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harrison33

Date

June 19, 2019 05:21 PM AEST

Description

Growing out of a eucalyptus stump, very cool mushroom.

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harrison33

Date

June 19, 2019 04:53 PM AEST

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Orange Moss Agaric Rickenella fibula

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harrison33

Date

June 19, 2019 04:53 PM AEST

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Orange Pore Fungus Favolaschia calocera

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harrison33

Date

June 19, 2019 04:35 PM AEST

Description

growing on decaying either eucalypt or silver wattle log (not sure which). Pores are just visible in the 'honeycomb' structure, was a difficult spot to get my phone into for a photograph.

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harrison33

Date

June 19, 2019 05:18 PM AEST

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harrison33

Date

June 19, 2019 04:04 PM AEST

Description

First photo is one fruit body whilst the other three are of a second one just next to the first. The second one had gotten so tall it looked as if it had fallen over under its own weight. Growing underneath silver wattles and eucalypts. Couldn't see mundroola on the list of possible ID's, although it is in my field guide, don't know if it's been decided it's the same as gigaspora or not
but I'll put it here for now.

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Hairy Hexagonia Hexagonia hydnoides

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harrison33

Date

June 19, 2019 05:14 PM AEST

Description

First three photos are of the same fruit body, fourth is a seperate one just below it, on the same decaying eucalypt log. A pretty whacky looking specimen, ~15 cm in length.

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Turkey-Tail Trametes versicolor

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harrison33

Date

June 19, 2019 04:12 PM AEST

Description

Zoom in on second photo to see porous surface.

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harrison33

Date

June 19, 2019 05:03 PM AEST

Description

Growing amidst eucalypts, second photo is a different fruit body to the first, but was 30 cm away from it and already broken to show gills quite well.

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Scaly Earthball Scleroderma verrucosum

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harrison33

Date

June 15, 2019 04:42 PM AEST

Description

Not sure whether S. verrucosum or S. cepa, went with verrucosum because of the overtly present stipe. It was quite large too, didn't get an exact measurement but I'd say ~10 cm diametre. Growing out of wood chips amidst mostly eucalypts, but close to a foot path and road with many other trees about.

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harrison33

Date

June 11, 2019 04:48 PM AEST

Description

Found growing under pinus sp. There were maybe one hundred of them spread over 50 m.

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harrison33

Date

June 4, 2019 03:49 PM AEST

Description

Did my best to take an in-focus photo of these with only my phone. Parasitic ascomycete attached to a small mycena sp.

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Dyer's Polypore Phaeolus schweinitzii

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harrison33

Date

May 28, 2019 05:16 PM AEST

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Pixie's Parasol Mycena interrupta

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harrison33

Date

June 4, 2019 03:37 PM AEST

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Stubble Rosegill Volvopluteus gloiocephalus

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harrison33

Date

June 11, 2019 03:46 PM AEST

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Wolf's Milk Lycogala epidendrum

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harrison33

Date

June 4, 2019 03:29 PM AEST

Description

Broke into one of these to see its insides as shown in second image--it didn't look like any puffball I had seen before. I haven't seen terribly many though. Thought slime mould perhaps, could be wrong of course.

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harrison33

Date

June 4, 2019 03:32 PM AEST

Description

Found on fallen mountain ash log.

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