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Twisted Sister Fungi (Part 2)

More fungi from the Twisted Sister Track in the Upper Florentine Valley. It is an absolute fungi wonderland. These pics are from the same visit as my previous post back in April, but I have just had another day out there and if anything there was even more out this month. Those pics too will be coming soon!

Tremella fuciformis, a type of jelly fungi


Most likely a hygrocybe, maybe Hygrocybe firma


Porpolomopsis lewelliniae. Reasonably common, always nice to spot one though


Possibly Mycena viscidocruenta


No idea on this one


Possibly an Amanita xanthocephala, but I didn’t photograph the underside to be really sure


Possibly Cortinarius metallicus


Possibly Dermocybe canaria but not too sure


Don’t know. White one, fairly common on the track part way through.

I have been using the usual books (FungiFlip and the Field Guide) as well as the Tasfungi website for attempts at ID.

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