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  1. Hi! looking for help to identify these oyster looking mushrooms I found. They are growing out of the wood chips from an old Moreton bay fig tree that was felled on our property. Byron bay Australia. From the research I have done they look the part. It sounds like there is a very close lookalike that is toxic but glows in the dark? I can’t see any glow. first time trying to identify and hoping to take all the necessary precaution! thanks for any help.
  2. Hello All, I'm trying to conceptualize a potential work trip that involves foraging as well as hopefully spotting Coprinus and/or Ganoderma (Reishi). The tricky part is the trip must be in March... However, I discovered that March = kick-off to mushroom season in Australia/New Zealand. Would love any and all insights on forests in these regions! Anything would be of great help Many thanks! A
  3. Hey everyone, Found these while on a walk in the bush, they were on the bottom of a fallen tree, thought they looked interesting but when i tried to find out what they were I was unsuccessful, just curious as to what they may be, thanks.
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