MORE RAINFOREST FUNGI - PART 2
Hypholoma fasciculare
     Hypholoma fasciculare                                                                                           Sulphur Tuft
    On stumps and woody debris



Mycena viscidocruenta
     Mycena viscidocruenta                                                                                           Ruby mycena           On litter in wet forest (April)


Mucronella pendula
       Mucronella pendula                                                                                                   Icicle

Appears to be a jelly fungus, but is classified as a coral fungus. The single spines start white, but stain yellow-brown with age. Uncommon.


Cortinarius rotundisporus
        Cortinarius rotundisporus                                                                           Elegant Blue Webcap


Mycena clarkeana
        Mycena clarkeana                                                                                   Tufted Mycena


Coprinellus disseminatus
       Coprinellus disseminatus

This often appears suddenly in large troops around old tree stumps and other dead wood. The emerging caps are creamy yellow, becoming grey when expanded and finally black.

Mycoacia spp
      Mycoacia spp


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