Pink and purple coloured gilled fungi gallery

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Tubaria rufofulva
This species usually grows on fallen branches and twigs, a beautiful coloured maroon-brown, maroon-pink or liver brown fruitbody. Caps are 3-4cm across and stipe is around 3cm long. Spore print is medium brown. Found year round (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Pat Harrisson.
Tubaria rufofulva
This species usually grows on fallen branches and twigs, a beautiful coloured maroon-brown, maroon-pink or liver brown fruitbody. Caps are 3-4cm across and stipe is around 3cm long. Spore print is medium brown. Found year round (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Herman Anderson.
Tubaria rufofulva
This species usually grows on fallen branches and twigs, a beautiful coloured maroon-brown, maroon-pink or liver brown fruitbody. Caps are 3-4cm across and stipe is around 3cm long. Spore print is medium brown. Found year round (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Herman Anderson.
Porpoloma yellow
A yellowish cap overlaid with pinkish scales, yellow gills and stout pale yellow stipe that has a pinkish coloured sheath close to the base of the stipe (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Genevieve Gates.
Porpoloma 'yellow'
A yellowish cap overlaid with pinkish scales, yellow gills and stout pale yellow stipe that has a pinkish coloured sheath close to the base of the stipe (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Genevieve Gates.
Panellus longinquus
This photogenic wood inhabiting fan-shaped fungus is a delicate pink colour, with a striated margin to the cap. It has pale pink sub decurrent gills and a short stipe (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by HElson.
Panellus longinquus
This photogenic wood inhabiting fan-shaped fungus is a delicate pink colour, with a striated margin to the cap. It has pale pink sub decurrent gills and a short stipe (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014).Photo by Herman Anderson.
Panellus longinquus
This photogenic wood inhabiting fan-shaped fungus is a delicate pink colour, with a striated margin to the cap. It has pale pink sub decurrent gills and a short stipe (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by HElson.
Mycena roseoflava
This species grows on small branches, pretty rosy pink cap 5-8mm across. Gills white to pale pink, decurrent with a short to 3mm long, stipe (Gates&Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Charlie Price.
Mycena roseoflava
This species grows on small branches, pretty rosy pink cap 5-8mm across. Gills white to pale pink, decurrent with a short to 3mm long, stipe (Gates&Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Charlie Price.
Mycena kurramulla
This species grows on wood and has rosy-pink caps with white to pale pink decurrent gills with red margins. Photo by Heather Elson.
Gymnopius 'pink furry'
Found on living eucalyptus and decaying wood,cap is pink-brown covered with white furry layer that disappears with age. Photo by Heather Elson.
Gymnopius 'pink furry'
Found on living eucalyptus and decaying wood,cap is pink-brown covered with white furry layer that disappears with age. Photo by Heather Elson.
Hygrocybe lilaceolamellata
Growing in soil, brown cap to around 2.5cm across, brown stipe and lilac coloured, decurrent gills. Photo by Genevieve Gates.
Hygrocybe lilaceolamellata
Growing in soil, brown cap to around 2.5cm across, brown stipe and lilac coloured, decurrent gills. Photo by Genevieve Gates.
Hygrocybe lilaceolamellata
Growing in soil, brown cap to around 2.5cm across, brown stipe and lilac coloured, decurrent gills. Photo by Wendy Mycota.
Hygrocybe lilaceolamellata
Growing in soil, brown cap to around 2.5cm across, brown stipe and lilac coloured, decurrent gills. Photo by Wendy Mycota.
Hygrocybe roseoflavida
This delicate species grows in soil and has a pale pink viscid cap that is 1-2cm across, slightly crenate margin, decurrent gills and stipe that is yellow towards base (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Genevieve Gates.
Hygrocybe roseoflavida
This delicate species grows in soil and has a pale pink viscid cap that is 1-2cm across, slightly crenate margin, decurrent gills and stipe that is yellow towards base (Gates & Ratkowsky 2014). Photo by Genevieve Gates.
Mycena vinacea
Pinkish,brown,purple caps, striate nearer to the margin, stipe is similar colour to cap. When crushed, it smells of radish. Photo by Heather Elson.
Mycena vinacea
Pinkish,brown,purple caps, striate nearer to the margin, stipe is similar colour to cap. When crushed, it smells of radish. This photo features how variable the colour can be due to environmental factors also. Photo by Heather Elson.
Lepista nuda
Buff coloured cap with purple gills, white/pink spores and purple mycelium. Not to be confused with Cortinarius with purple gills and brown spores. Photo by Heather Elson.
Tasfungi Lepista nuda
Buff coloured cap with purple gills, white/pink spores and purple mycelium. Not to be confused with Cortinarius with purple gills and brown spores. Photo by Heather Elson.
Tasfungi Lepista nuda
Buff coloured cap with purple gills, white/pink spores and purple mycelium. Not to be confused with Cortinarius with purple gills and brown spores. Photo by Heather Elson.
Hygrocybe cheelii
This pretty species grows in soil, has dry caps approximately 2.5cm across, with paleer mauve decurrent gills and stipe with yellowish colouring at the base. Found in spring. Photo by Charlie Price.
Hygrocybe cheelii
This pretty species grows in soil, has dry caps approximately 2.5cm across, with paleer mauve decurrent gills and stipe with yellowish colouring at the base. Found in spring. Photo by Charlie Price.
Porpolomopsis lewelliniae
Growing in soil, caps up to 60mm across, splitting as the cap expands. Spore print white. Photo by Heather Elson.
Porpolomopsis lewelliniae
Growing in soil, caps up to 60mm across, splitting as the cap expands. Spore print white. Photo by Heather Elson.
Hygrocybe reesiae
A lilac-grey to lilac cap and pale lilac stipe, found growing in soil. Photo by Heather Elson.
Hygrocybe reesiae
A lilac-grey to lilac cap and pale lilac stipe, found growing in soil. Photo by Heather Elson.
Cortinarius archeri
Majestic soil dwelling species usually in groups, that is ectomycorrhizal. Purple, glutinous caps to around 10cm across, convex becoming broadly flattened. Rust coloured spores. Photo by Heather Elson.
Cortinarius archeri
Immature specimen
Photo by Heather Elson.
Russula lenkunya
Purple cap, yellow gills and light to rosy-pink stipe, growing in soil. Photo by Heather Elson.
Russula species
Some Russula species need further research in order to provide accurate identifications from visible features alone.
Russula sp. gills
Some Russula species need further research in order to provide accurate identifications from visible features alone.
Cortinarius submagellanicus
With cortina intact.
Photo by Heather Elson.
Cortinarius submagellanicus
Soil dwelling species with glutinous, translucent striate caps with lilac coloured gills, brown spores. Photo by Heather Elson.
Cortinarius archeri
Majestic soil dwelling species usually in groups, that is ectomycorrhizal. Purple, glutinous caps to around 10cm across, convex becoming broadly flattened. Rust coloured spores. Photo by Heather Elson.
Tasfungi Cortinarius submagellanicus
Soil dwelling species with glutinous, translucent striate caps with lilac coloured gills, brown spores. Photo by Heather Elson.
Tasfungi Cortinarius submagellanicus
Soil dwelling species with glutinous, translucent striate caps with lilac coloured gills, brown spores. Photo by Heather Elson.
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