North East Tasmania Spring Fungi
Some spring fungi finds up at St Columba falls and Weldborough in north east Tasmania.
Although autumn is peak season on the fungi front, there is generally something to be found most of the year (if you look closely enough!) with spring being a pretty good season to get outdoors and see what you may find.
In addition to the fungi, spring also brings flowers – including Tasmania’s tiny endemic orchids. I didn’t spot much on this recent visit, but I did find one or two little greenhoods – or maroonhoods as the case may very well be.
Apart from the pink Hygrocybe, I shot the rest at f5, going for the shallow depth of field.