Big Scrub Loop, Nightcap National Park, fungi (part 2)

Here are my photos of the same walk as in the previous post. These are different fungi to those in the previous post, plus a couple of other things of interest at the end. The rainforest is endlessly fascinating!

 

And just because lichen are so fabulous …

Lichen, a combination of fungi and algae

 

 

As are aerial roots …

And strangler figs …

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4 Responses to Big Scrub Loop, Nightcap National Park, fungi (part 2)

  1. janebeau says:

    I always think strangler figs should have been used more in fiction as killing methods.

    Amazing variety of wildlife in those pics!

    j

  2. Roz says:

    Wonderful pics, love fungi and lichens and slime moulds and . . .
    And a great idea using the 10¢ page for size comparison

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