I pushed myself to get out of the house yesterday for some fresh air and walked down by the Kerikeri Fairy Pools. There are different nature walks there, the one I completed was about 45 minutes worth. On the way I took these shots of some spectacular looking Fungi. I think this one, above is a Yellow-brown Woodtuft.
I think these may be Split Gills (Schizophyllum Commune) - it's found from Autumn to Spring on dead wood.
Another rather beaten up Yellow brown Woodtuft, this one growing out of the soil.
This little toadstool, Cortinarius Genus was growing amongst the leaves. They are found around the world and come out in Autumn.
After much researching online all I can come up with is that this is some type of Puffball Mushroom but not sure of the exact name.
These babies are known as Fairy Bonnets (Coprinellus Disseminatus). They sprout after heavy rains and last for a few days. They grow in clusters and groups on wet wood.
More tiny Yellow-brown woodtufts growing on this stick. Yesterday our country stepped back to Alert Level 3 that means we are allowed to meet up with small amounts of other people in our friends or family groups, businesses that can operate with online deliveries or drive throughs can open and we are down to a number of under 5 infected people each day so pretty positive really.
Linking up with My Corner of the World and Wordless Wednesday.