Proudly supported by :: ACT Government :: Australian Native Plants Society (ANPS) Canberra Region NatureMapr NatureMapr

Caps, gills below, no stem & usually on wood [stemless mushrooms & the like] Caps, gills below, no stem & usually on wood [stemless mushrooms & the like]

Overview

 

The fruitbodies of most of the species in this group grow from wood, but sometimes that wood may be buried (e.g. dead roots). Some examples of fruitbody attachment are:

 

     Cap roughly semicircular and attached to wood along the cap’s diameter.

     Cap more-or-less circular but tapering to a narrow attachment point.

     Cap on the underside of dead wood and attached by its top.

     Cap like an upside-down cup, with the edge of the cup attached to wood.

 

Caps, gills below, no stem & usually on wood [stemless mushrooms & the like] - 9 species

Arrhenia 'hairy acerosa'
Arrhenia 'hairy acerosa'
Hohenbuehelia
Hohenbuehelia

Other cap, gills below, no stem Pleurotus (Oyster Mushroom)

Pleurotus
Pleurotus
Pleurotus
Pleurotus
Pleurotus
Pleurotus
Resupinatus
Resupinatus
Resupinatus
Resupinatus
Resupinatus
Resupinatus

Other cap, gills below, no stem Resupinatus applicatus (Smoked Oysterling )

Resupinatus applicatus
Resupinatus applicatus

Furry, white or greyish upper surface Schizophyllum commune (Split Gill Fungus)

Schizophyllum commune
Schizophyllum commune
Schizophyllum commune
Schizophyllum commune
Schizophyllum commune
Schizophyllum commune

Other cap, gills below, no stem Tapinellaceae (A bolete mushroom)

Tapinellaceae
Tapinellaceae
Tapinellaceae
Tapinellaceae
Tapinellaceae
Tapinellaceae
zz Agaric (stemless)
zz Agaric (stemless)
zz Agaric (stemless)
zz Agaric (stemless)
zz Agaric (stemless)
zz Agaric (stemless)

Page 1 

Conservation Level

  • All Conservation Levels (change?)

Invasiveness

  • All Invasiveness Levels (change?)

Caps, gills below, no stem & usually on wood [stemless mushrooms & the like]

Follow Caps, gills below, no stem & usually on wood [stemless mushrooms & the like]

Subscribe

Receive email alerts when new sightings are reported.

Cap, gills below, no stem & usually on wood [stemless mushrooms & the like] Moderators

Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness Frogwatch ACT and Region Budawang Coast Nature Map Southern Highlands Nature Map Noosa Shire Nature Map Albury Wodonga Nature Map
1195023 sightings of 5540 species in 1195 locations from 2735 members
Powered by NatureMapr |  Canberra Nature Map operates under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia |  Privacy