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fungiman Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 297 W: 11 N: 313] (1005) [2011-08-08 0:51] [comment]

I dont think it is ever easy to capture a nice image of the forest floor but you have done well here!

fungiman Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 297 W: 11 N: 313] (1005) [2011-08-08 0:40] [comment]

Quite a tipical grassland species but maybe not so common in New Zealand. It been Coprinus comatus or Shaggy ink cap for a common name.

fungiman Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 297 W: 11 N: 313] (1005) [2011-08-08 0:36] [comment]

Hi Steve,

As the cap is not green this can not be Gliophorus viridis its more then likely Gliophorus lilacipes due to the pink cap. A look for cystidia on the gill edge would confirm this.

fungiman Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 297 W: 11 N: 313] (1005) [2011-08-08 0:11] [comment]

In the top center is also two earth stars Geastrum saccatum

fungiman Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 297 W: 11 N: 313] (1005) [2010-12-31 16:38] [comment]

I would not be surprised if this is Astraeus hygrometricus or Hygroscopic Earthstar. TFS

fungiman Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 297 W: 11 N: 313] (1005) [2010-12-31 16:35] [comment]

For an Id this is Leucocoprinus species probably a little on the old side. As to the species I dont know if I had found it localy to me (New Zealand) then it would be Leucocoprinus fragilissimus. TFS

fungiman Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 297 W: 11 N: 313] (1005) [2010-12-04 22:02] [comment]

I think this is more likely to be something from the Artomyces genus

fungiman Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 297 W: 11 N: 313] (1005) [2010-11-05 0:25] [+]

I am one of those who do not like weta's.... maybe having one down my neck when I was very small has something to do with this :) Wounderfull photo on the plane white back ground. Have you noticed that tree wata's will ofhen stand there ground when disturbed!

fungiman Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 297 W: 11 N: 313] (1005) [2010-11-05 0:17] [comment]

wow so many together in a group amazing!

fungiman Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 297 W: 11 N: 313] (1005) [2010-11-05 0:15] [comment]

I think this is likely Gliophorus lilacipes but as you say very difficult to name with out a microscope. Even the official description are so poor that they ofhen dont help :)