Green coloured gilled fungi Gallery

Green coloured fungi - Also try looking under brown coloured fungi as colour changes can happen due to age and environmental factors. To search for a fungus by name, use ctrl-F and type in the species name to 'find' the species name you are looking for.  ***Click on the 'SHOW MORE' link at the bottom of the page to display more species.***

Hygrocybe pseudograminicolor
This attractive species is distinctive because it has yellow gills that contrast against the green colour of this fungus. Growing in soil to around 3cm in height, the glutinous green cap is up to 3cm across (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Andrei Nikulinsky.
Hygrocybe pseudograminicolor
This attractive species is distinctive because it has yellow gills that contrast against the green colour of this fungus. Growing in soil to around 3cm in height, the glutinous green cap is up to 3cm across (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Andrei Nikulinsky.
Hygrocybe pseudograminicolor
This attractive species is distinctive because it has yellow gills that contrast against the green colour of this fungus. Growing in soil to around 3cm in height, the glutinous green cap is up to 3cm across (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Andrei Nikulinsky.
Entoloma viridomarginatum
Dark green striate cap (2-3cm across) and stipe ) orange-pink gills, found in soil. Found year round (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Heather Elson.
Entoloma rodwayi
Soil dwelling species, yellowy-green cap with pale pink gills, green stipe. Species taking on brown tints as it ages. Bruised tissue colours blue-green. Photo by Heather Elson.
Entoloma rodwayi
Soil dwelling species, yellowy-green cap with pale pink gills, green stipe. Species taking on brown tints as it ages. Bruised tissue colours blue-green. Photo by Heather Elson.
Entoloma rodwayi
Soil dwelling species, yellowy-green cap with pale pink gills, green stipe. Species taking on brown tints as it ages. Bruised tissue colours blue-green. Photo by Heather Elson.
Hygrocybe taekeri
Soil dwelling species with grey-green cap, bright orange gills. Photo by Chris Wilson.
Cortinarius austrovenetus
Soil dwelling species with dry green cap to around 7cm across and yellow gills. Often found in groups, the colouration is highly variable with age and damage. Photo Heather Elson.
Cortinarius austrovenetus
Soil dwelling species with dry green cap to around 7cm across and yellow gills. Often found in groups, the colouration is highly variable with age and damage. Photo Heather Elson.
Cortinarius austrovenetus
Soil dwelling species with dry green cap to around 7cm across and yellow gills. Often found in groups, the colouration is highly variable with age and damage. Photo Heather Elson.
Cortinarius austrovenetus
Soil dwelling species with dry green cap to around 7cm across and yellow gills. Often found in groups, the colouration is highly variable with age and damage. Photo Heather Elson.
Hygrocybe graminicolor
Hygrocybe graminicolor
Entoloma viridomarginatum
Dark green striate cap (2-3cm across) and stipe ) orange-pink gills, found in soil. Found year round (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Heather Elson.
Entoloma viridomarginatum
Dark green striate cap (2-3cm across) and stipe ) orange-pink gills, found in soil. Found year round (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Heather Elson.
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