Fungi spotted on my morning walk to work.
Archive for January, 2015
Fungi spotted in flower beds on a walk around the university campus I work at.
Newly emerged stinkhorn and bird nest fungi spotted on a rainy afternoon walk on 23 January.
Spotting on my morning walk to work –
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).
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.
Posted in Fungi, Fungi Photos, Microbiology, Mushrooms, Mycology, Natural History, tagged Australian rainforest, earth star, fairy inkcaps, Fungi, fungi photos, rainforest on January 19, 2015| Leave a Comment »
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.