We are in for some wild weather for several days so further fungi exploration will be on hold. I'm not keen on crawling round eucalypts when there's anything more than a breeze because of their propensity to drop large parts of themselves! :-)
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No.1. This appears to be another example of No. 1 from my previous entry. The cap width was 1cm and stalk about 2cm. It is a pretty little fungus.
No. 2 is Marasmius crinisequi or the Horsehair fungus.
No. 3. I don't know what this one is, but Denis' little mates are having a field day!! It's growing in recycled paper pet litter round my tank. I'm glad I experimented with this litter because fungi seem to love it!
No. 4 might be Lepiota or Macrolepiota species which is well past its 'use by'! It was growing in open woodland with a few others.
No. 5 was growing in the same location as No. 4
No. 6 was growing on a log in a deep erosion in the same location as 4 and 5.
No. 7. I haven't had an opportunity to check this one yet.
No. 10. I'm not sure about this one. It might be something that has split but I thought it interesting enough for a photograph.
No. 11. This is an interesting gilled fungus growing in my woodpile. Not sure what the timber is that it's on. The gills are white. I might try for a spore print of this one at another time.