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Fungi spotted on my morning walk to work.

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Fungi spotted in flower beds on a walk around the university campus I work at.

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Newly emerged stinkhorn and bird nest fungi spotted on a rainy afternoon walk on 23 January.

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Spotting on my morning walk to work –

  • A family of Swamp Hens making a nest on a lake bank, foraging for food and feeding a young chick whose wings were still very small
  • An Australian Water Dragon basking in a flower bed near a lake bank
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    Fascinating fungi spotted on 22 January 2015 while on a walk at the university I work at in South-East Queensland, Australia. Stinkhorn fungi, plate fungi, fungi that grows on wood and slime mould (technically not fungi, but I am fascinated by this organism/s).

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    Fungi spotted on my way to the bus top. This humid and rainy weather in South-East Queensland is perfect weather fungi. Fungal masses are sprouting fruiting bodies (i.e. mushrooms and toadstools) in flower beds, amongst grass, on logs and under old trees.

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    A selection of photos of fungi spotted on a rainforest walk. I was rather excited to spot some delicate fairy ink caps, some earth stars, plate fungi, puff balls and some other rather interesting specimens growing on decaying logs.2015/01/img_2221.jpg

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