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The following is a list of 34 species of fungi observed on the Pinnacle Nature Reserve. It includes both those positively identified to the exact species as well as those incompletely identified. Note that many fungi do not have common names.

All species listed are native to the area.

Photos below were taken on the Reserve by Alison Milton

 

Common name Scientific name hover over image to see name
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A mushroom Agaricus sp. Amanita xanthocephala [Vermilion grisette]
Vermilion grisette Amanita xanthocephala
A mushroom Amanita sp.
A bolete mushroom Boletus sp.
A puffball Bovista sp.
Purple-spored puffball Calvatia cyathiformis
A puffball Calvatia sp.
A mushroom Chlorophyllum/Macrolepiota sp.
An Inkcap Coprinellus sp.  
Ruby Bonnet Cruentomycena viscidocruenta Macrolepiota dolichaula [White parasol]
A puffball Disciseda australis
Spectacular Rustgill Gymnopilus junonius
A Wasp Nest Polypore Hexagonia vesparia
Unnamed Inocybe sp.
White-spored mycrorhizal mushroom Laccaria sp. [2 different species]
A polypore fungus Laetiporus portentosus
Unidentified genus Lepiota s.l.
Slender Parasol Macrolepiota clelandii
White parasol Macrolepiota dolichaula
A mushroom Macrolepiota sp.
A wood fungus Oedohysterium sinense
Rooting shank Oudemansiella 'radicata group'
An Inkcap Parasola sp.
A polypore fungus Perenniporia ochroleuca
A puffball Pisolithus marmoratus
A polypore fungus Polyporus arcularius
A small dung button or nail fungus Poronia erici/punctata
Scarlet Bracket Pycnoporus sp. Oudemansiella 'radicata group' [Rooting shank]
An 'inverted' fugus Resupinatus sp.
Earth balls Scleroderma sp.
Stalkball Tulostoma sp.
Unclassified/unidentified puffballs  
Unclassified/unidentified Agaricus species  
   
   

 

For more photos of fungi from the Pinnacle, see our fungi photo gallery

and the following link to the Canberra Nature Map

https://canberra.naturemapr.org/Locations/Guide/63/1696

 

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