Tasmanian Fungi

Tasmanian Fungi

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Yellow coloured gilled fungi gallery

Also try looking under white, 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. Scroll to the bottom of the gallery and click on the 'SHOW MORE' link at the bottom of the page to display more species.

Mycena aff.epipterygia
Whitish, pale brown cap with striations with a beautiful translucent yellow stipe. Grows on wood and when crushed smells like cucumber! Photo Heather Elson.
Cortinarius memoria-annae
When you cut the stipe of this soil dwelling species, the inside turns bright yellow when exposed to air. The caps are around 7cm across and pale, brownish-buff. Gills pale brown becoming rusty brown at maturity (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by HElson.
Tricholomopsis rutilans
Wood inhabiting fungus with white spore print. Caps to around 8cm across, are covered in dark red/purple scales over a yellow background. The gills are yellow, stipe is yellow covered with reddish scales similar to the cap (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Herman Anderson.
Tricholomopsis rutilans
Wood inhabiting fungus with white spore print. Caps to around 8cm across, are covered in dark red/purple scales over a yellow background. The gills are yellow, stipe is yellow covered with reddish scales similar to the cap (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Herman Anderson.
Pluteus aff. romellii
A wood inhabiting species with a yellow to yellow-brown cap and pale yellow gills and stipe (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Herman Anderson.
Pluteus aff. romellii
A wood inhabiting species with a yellow to yellow-brown cap and pale yellow gills and stipe (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Herman Anderson.
Camarophyllopsis 'yellow'
Yellow cap to 1cm across, yellow stipe to 2cm long. This species has a strong odour of moth balls (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Geoff Carle.
Lichenomphalia chromacea
A small, funnel-shaped species with gills that run a short way down the stipe and a white spore print and grow in association with an alga to form a lichen. The caps are 0.5-1cm across and small stipe (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Herman Anderson.
Lichenomphalia chromacea
Small, yellow, funnel-shaped cap (0.5-1cm across) and small stipe approx. 2cm long. Always in association with an alga, forming a lichen (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Adrian Cooper.
Coprinellus disseminatus
Common species, found on wood or on roots of living trees, usually in large troops of grey and young creamy-yellow capped fruitbodies (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Sheree Jones.
Leucocoprinus birnbaumii
Caps to around 60mm across, common on woodchip and pot plants (Fuhrer 2009).
Photo by Heather Elson.
Hygrocybe chromolimonea
Small bright yellow species caps around 1.5cm across, in leaf litter (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014).Photo HElson.
Hygrocybe chromolimonea
Small bright yellow species caps around 1.5cm across, in leaf litter.
Photo HElson.
Dermocybe canaria
Bright yellow with dry cap (4-10cm across) and stipe, soil inhabiting species (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo Heather Elson.
Phylloporus 'Brown velvet'
Phylloporus 'Brown velvet'
Dermocybe canaria
Bright yellow with dry cap (4-10cm across) and stipe, soil inhabiting species (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo Heather Elson.
Cortinarius sinapicolor
Yellow soil inhabiting species with glutinous cap, red orange tints in the centre (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo Heather Elson.
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