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2 0 Myrtle Orange / Beech Orange

Myrtle Orange / Beech Orange

by Max GallagherOtago, New Zealand

A yellow fungi orb with pentagonal indentations or bridge structures. Found on ...

0 0 Myrtle Beech

Myrtle Beech

by VinnyHobart, Tasmania, Australia

A dense shrub found in the mountains but growing to a large tree in sheltered ...

9 7 Myrtle Beech Fungus Gall

Myrtle Beech Fungus Gall

by Leuba RidgwayTarra Valley, Victoria, Australia

These irregular knobbly galls were caused by a parasitic fungus. The galls ...

2 0 Merulioid fungus

Merulioid fungus

by Leuba RidgwayVictoria, Australia

Looking like molten lava these orange patches of small folds and swelling were ...

5 0 Black shelf fungus

Black shelf fungus

by Leuba RidgwayAda, Victoria, Australia

Glossy dark leathery thin fungi growing like a plaque along the wood and ...

3 0 Corticoid Fungus

Corticoid Fungus

by Leuba RidgwayAda, Victoria, Australia

Small, occasionally fused, patches of bright orange surrounded by furry white ...

2 0 Forest Prettymouth - puffball

Forest Prettymouth - puffball

by Leuba RidgwayAda, Victoria, Australia

These small staked puffballs are very much like Calostoma fuscum but they were ...

0 0 Fomes Bracket Fungus

Fomes Bracket Fungus

by Leuba RidgwayVictoria, Australia

This bracket fungus was about 60 mm wide with an acute edge. The fertile ...

4 1 Kanuka Longhorn Beetle

Kanuka Longhorn Beetle

by triggsturner

Large native Longhorn Beetle. Males grow to 35mm body length with antenna at ...

2 0 Woody Pore Fungus

Woody Pore Fungus

by Leuba Ridgway

Firm dark blistery outgrowths on log surface with an orange crust (probably ...

3 0 Bitter Oyster

Bitter Oyster

by Leuba RidgwayAda, Victoria, Australia

Peachy-cream coloured fan shaped caps growing in tiers or overlapping clusters. ...

0 0 Myrtle beech

Myrtle beech

by Mark RidgwayVictoria, Australia

A very attractive tree about 12 metres tall with patchy smooth bark in shades ...

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