This small fungus is easily identified by the growth on herbaceous stalks in wetland areas and the stem springing from a basal disc.
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|Common Name||Scientific Name||Description|
|Marasmius curreyi||Marasmius curreyi||
This tiny fungus is recognized by a orange-brown, pinkish-brown to buff, sulcate-striate, often... more
|Russula graveolens||Russula graveolens||
A medium sized Russula with a variably coloured cap that ranges from red or reddish or pink,... more
|Eucalyptus Deceiver||Laccaria fraterna||
Distinguished by having 2-spored basidia (see spore image), spore-size, and by its growing with... more
|Small Stagshorn||Calocera cornea||
A bright yellow to orange coloured fungus that appears as small gelatinous fingers growing on... more
|Ganoderma pfeifferi||Ganoderma Pfeifferi||
bracket with a lacquer on the cap.