Continuing from part 1 …
In the wet areas near the small creek that winds down the valley, there are naturally lots of fungi. I’ve tried to ID them using Fuhrer’s “A Field Guide to Australian Fungi”, but any errors are totally mine.
Woody pore-fungus or bracket-fungus; photo by Amanda Pattie
The fungi directly below may be older and more deteriorated versions of the previous one.
- Dermocybe sanguinea
One of the species of Calocera jelly fungi
Part 3 will show trees, shrubs and a couple of insects that we saw.
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