See second image for the multicolour inside of this common fungus. I believe this genus is under review and the species generally found in this district is currently attributed to P. albus regardless of the colour of the outer sack.
This is Hypholoma fasciculare var armeniacum, noted for its smaller size and orange cap and gills making it quite distinct from the more common Hypholoma fasciculare var fasciculare in the images below. Could this be added to the database please.
This unnamed species is listed in Gates & Ratkowsky - A Field Guide to Tasmanian Fungi as Hymenoscyphus sp. "white disc bruising orange", which you can see on the second image after I damaged one specimen.
This much rarer species has also been described to me as Cantharellus concinnus but its form is so different that I struggle to think of it as being the same. Like the previous posting, the location is a general guide only. Two images.
This species is listed as Cantharellus concinnus, could the database be updated please. The location as used here is a general guide only due to this being a prized edible species that I would rather see doing its work in the forest than sitting on a gourmand's dinner plate. Four images.
This is Neobarya agaricicola that feeds on the older fruit bodies of other fungi such as Galerina species. It produces tiny golden pear-shaped flasks that contain its spores. Could it be added to the database please.