3 images, this looks very similar to the last species (Tubaria rufofulva), but lacks the annulus and has white spores, The gill edge is also coloured. This is an as yet unnamed species of Callistosporium, recorded as Callistosporium 'maroon with yellow rhizomorphs' in Gates & Ratkowsky - A Field Guide to Tasmanian Fungi. Could Callistosporium spp be added to the database please.
An as yet unnamed species but reported in the Gates & Ratkowsky publication A Field Guide to Tasmanian Fungi as Cystolepiota sp. 'small white'. The daggy bits hanging off the edge of the cap and the white gills are indicative of the species. Two images.
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.
Caps of this bright orange mushroom were no more than 10 mm with a deep central depression. Younger fruiting bodies were almost hemispherical, flattening out as the mature. Caps showed some striation and margins were wavy.
Stipe was smooth and slightly paler than the cap. Could not get a shot of the gills. Possibly Rickenella fibula.
A leathery, thick fruiting body with frilly greyish-white margins. The centre of the caps were dark, almost black and looked silky. The largest of these caps were about 50 mm wide.
Growing on damp sandy soil in a reserve of mixed natives. This is possibly Phellodon niger.
This little patch of lichen was on rocks just above the high tide mark.
It would have been getting full sun for most of the day and in spite of it's soft fluid appearance it was really quite tough.
It was surrounded by other lichens, one that looked like splattered white paint and one which was very black and even tougher.
About 50mm across.
Maybe Caloplaca thallincola ??
Many of these were found on small rocky areas near an ocean beach at low tide.
About 20mm diameter, mostly matte black.
Ocean/bay beach on a small patch of sedimentary rocks.
No operculum was found nor live specimens so species ID is difficult.