A small cream coloured fungus with repeatedly branching, coral like; found growing either solitary or in small troops on soil in grass with or close to coniferous trees.
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|Common Name||Scientific Name||Description|
|Deceiving Bolete||Boletus queletii||
This is a large or massive Bolete found either solitary or in small groups under deciduous trees... more
|Ganoderma pfeifferi||Ganoderma Pfeifferi||
bracket with a lacquer on the cap.
|Physarum album||Physarum album||
A Myxomycete (Slime Mould) - Stalked sporangia, gregarious, subglobose or lenticular. Peridium... more
|Small Stagshorn||Calocera cornea||
A bright yellow to orange coloured fungus that appears as small gelatinous fingers growing on... more
|Tubifera ferruginosa||Tubifera ferruginosa||
A small orange fungus with strawberry like bodies that become dark-brown at maturity, found on... more