Notes: This group of fungi were about 10mm across the caps, growing in groups of tiers. There is a fibrey area at the base of the stem. I have enlarged the images to show any revealing body areas that may help identify them. The caps were viscid.
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I can see a clear evolution in the quality of your photography and the comprehensiveness of your note-taking going back through these older collections, but even the earliest ones may still have enough info to at least get to genus.
As a side note, you wouldn’t happen to have any observations from Mt. Warning State Park, would you? I just revisited a near and dear animated movie from my childhood past, FernGully, which is set in the rain forest between Mt. Warning and Byron Bay. I was amazed to discover that there are mushrooms of all shapes, colors and sizes in practically every scene!
Man , am I glad youre around. Nice to get the un-named critters tagged. Always appreciated, REALLY. chow, kk
(Will try and load some more today if time permits.)
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