Wolli Creek - Fungi - 8 April 2017

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This was a joint activity of the Sydney Fungal Studies Group Inc and the Wolli Creek Preservation Society.



Above - Lichenomphalia chromacea



Above - Slime mould



Above - Amanita punctata



Above - Parasola plicatilis



Above - Russula sp



Above - ?



Above -  Omphalotus nidiformis. I took a small sample of this home and later photographed it in the dark - see last two photos)



Above - Rigidoporus laetus



Above - Geastrum triplex



Above - Cruentomycena viscidocruenta



Above - Amauroderma rude



Above - Perhaps Rigidoporus laetus?



Above - Perhaps Postia pelliculosa



Above - ?



Above - Collybia eucalyptorum



Above - Entoloma sp



Above - Puffball - Scleroderma sp



Above - Delicatula integrella



Above - Coprinus sp (perhaps Coprinus comatus)



Above - Perhaps Hypocrea sulphuria



Above - Dacryopinax spathularia



Above - Auricularia auricula-judae



Above - ?



Above - Collybia eucalyptorum



Above - Entoloma sp



Above - Back at the picnic tables of Girrahween Park - we set out to identify what we had found.







Above - Different species of Earth Stars



Above - Hygrocybe austropratensis



Above - Clavulina vinaceocervina



Above -  Omphalotus nidiformis. Glowing in the dark.



Above -  Omphalotus nidiformis.

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