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  • Unidentified

    30 Jul 2018-37.4,144.4zeke1944

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    1. zeke1944  Gates p56

      Reply • 30 Jul 2018

    2. zeke1944  Cortinarius submagellanicus

      Reply • 30 Jul 2018

    3. John Walter  Still working on this one, it does have a lot of similarity to C. submagellanicus and that is the most likely candidate but the striations are not as prominent and upper stipe colour has me wondering. Looking to eliminate other possibilities in the C. violaceus group and checking through Gasparini's Phlegmacium in Tasmania.

      Reply • 01 Aug 2018

    4. zeke1944  The color didn't come out quite right and the correct adjustment difficult . One of the flaws of otherwise a great Camera is its too easy to flip the filter wheel whilst concentrating elsewhere and there is no lock. This species is viscid which C violaceus is not. It alsao becomes brown quite quickly due to ripening spore

      Reply • 01 Aug 2018

    5. John Walter  I was expecting more prominent striations as seen on your specimens from near Forrest posted on another site on June 5. Perhaps you could add this Forrest observation with the stongly marked striations to this site and I can put it into the Otways group as a comparison and to show the range. I also expected the stipe colour that this shows at the base to extend all the way up as it does on other specimens I have tracked down from Tasmania. There is nothing else in Gasparini that is even close. Could Cortinarius submagellanicus be added to the database please.

      Reply • 01 Aug 2018

    6. Cathy Powers  Species added to dataset.

      Reply • 02 Aug 2018

  • Elanus axillaris Black-shouldered Kite

    30 Jul 2018-37.8,144.9Thomas Nataprawira

    The video was at half speed.

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    1. Cathy Powers  Stunning!

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  • Psilocybe brunneoalbescens

    30 Jul 2018-37.5,144.3zeke1944

    On partially buried well rotted wood on the bank of the Lerderderg river.

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    1. John Walter  Could you add a separate image of the underside for this species please, click on the image and when the next screen opens click edit details and add an image. It looks like one of the Psilocybe species and I want to get a close look at the gills for spore colour.

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    2. zeke1944  Psilocybe brunneoalbescens species id suggested

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    3. zeke1944  Who designed this program centrelink ? I've put the name in about 4 times so far.

      Reply • 30 Jul 2018