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Dead-Wood Mycena Toadstool
Dead-wood Mycena Toadstool
Photographer - Bruce Fuhrer
Mountain Ash Mycena Toadstool
Mountain Ash Mycena Toadstool
Photographer - Bruce Fuhrer
Dung Toadstool
Dung Toadstool
Photographer - Bruce Fuhrer
Descolea Toadstool
Descolea Toadstool
Photographer - Bruce Fuhrer

Dead-wood Mycena Toadstool
Mycena clarkeana

Frequent on dead wood in rain forest and tall Eucalypt forest during autumn & winter, and occasionally in drier forest types.

Mountain Ash Mycena Toadstool
Mycena sp.

Mycena species are common on dead wood, leaf litter and bark of trees in wet or moist forest habitats.

The delicate species is frequent on the lower fibrous bark of living Eucalyptus regnans.

Dung Toadstool
Stropharia semiglobata

A tall, slender glutinous dung inheriting fungus.

The size of the fungi varies with available food supply.

The specimens shown are on wallaby scats.

Descolea Toadstool
Descolea recedens

Descolea Toadstool is a small distinctive species found in a wide range of habitats.


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