Crusts and Resupinate Fungi
Amaurodon viridisBlue-green species forming a sheet on the underside of wood (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Dr Genevieve Gates.
Antrodiella citreaAn almost fluro-yellow crust that is sometimes seen with shallow shelves. Photo by Herman Anderson.
Phellinus 'resupinate'Dark, to reddish-brown polypore that is velvety to touch, growing to around 1metre in length on wood, pores are small. Photo by Dr Genevieve Gates.
Rhizochaete brunneaRed-yellow fungus that grows along wood. The fruitbody contains thick strands at the edge (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Dr Genevieve Gates.
Serpula himantioidesA wrinkled surface is a distinctive feature of this wood inhabiting fungus that grows to around 20cm in length (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Dr Genevieve Gates.
Tyromyces merulinusA red-orange polypore with fine pores that can form small brackets. Often found on well-rotted Myrtle beech (Nothofagus cunninghamii). Photo by Herman Anderson.