Chantrelle-like Fungi Gallery

Cantharellus coccineaus
Also known as the Chanterelle, this species grows in troupes on soil in wet eucalypt forest. Easily identified by its very bright orange colouring on the cap and stipe. The gills are decurrent. Photo by Heather Elson.
Cantharellus coccineaus
Also known as the Chanterelle, this species grows in troupes on soil in wet eucalypt forest. Easily identified by its very bright orange colouring on the cap and stipe. The gills are decurrent. Photo by Heather Elson.
Cantharellus coccineaus
Also known as the Chanterelle, this species grows in troupes on soil in wet eucalypt forest. Easily identified by its very bright orange colouring on the cap and stipe. The gills are decurrent. Photo by Heather Elson.
Podoserpula pusio
Commonly known as the Pagoda fungus because it forms soft pink tiers. It is found growing in soil near Soft Tree Fern (Dicksonia antarctica) or rotted wood. They may grow 10cm or more in height.
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