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Ascotremella faginea ? - Jelly Fungus
Ascotremella faginea ? - Jelly Fungus
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  • Date of photography: 2020-04-06 17:33:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°2'42"S - 152°31'35"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Family : Helotiaceae My ID may be incorrect as Ascotremella faginea is barely recorded for Australia as far as I can find out. There is only one other species in the genus - Ascotremella humicola and I can find even less evidence of this species being present in Australia. All the Ascotremella images visible online appear to be growing on wood and from outside Australia, including New Zealand and all the Australian fungi books I have (5) have no mention of Ascotremella in their index's. Another alternative ID could be Tremella fimbriata perhaps. This particular fungi seen in the image above appeared to be growing out of the ground in all day shade in the midst of a patch of ground moss on the edge of rainforest plantings at Diamond Beach, NSW. I wondered if was actually growing on the root of a nearby large exotic Ceiba speciosa tree so I pushed a stick into the ground beside it and did not hit any potential root, unless the foot of the fungus is deeper that the depth to which I pushed the stick into the ground. Intriguing indeed.
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Ascotremella faginea ? - Jelly Fungus
Ascotremella faginea ? - Jelly Fungus
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  • Date of photography: 2020-04-06 14:32:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°2'42"S - 152°31'35"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Family : Helotiaceae My ID may be incorrect as Ascotremella faginea is barely recorded for Australia as far as I can find out. There is only one other species in the genus - Ascotremella humicola and I can find even less evidence of this species being present in Australia. All the Ascotremella images visible online appear to be growing on wood and from outside Australia, including New Zealand and all the Australian fungi books I have (5) have no mention of Ascotremella in their index's. Another alternative ID could be Tremella fimbriata perhaps. This particular fungi seen in the image above appeared to be growing out of the ground in all day shade in the midst of a patch of ground moss on the edge of rainforest plantings at Diamond Beach, NSW. I wondered if was actually growing on the root of a nearby large exotic Ceiba speciosa tree so I pushed a stick into the ground beside it and did not hit any potential root, unless the foot of the fungus is deeper that the depth to which I pushed the stick into the ground. Intriguing indeed.
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Left - Ixora queenslandica, Right - Ixora beckleri
Left - Ixora queenslandica, Right - Ixora beckleri
Dysoxylum mollissimum subsp. molle - Red Bean
Dysoxylum mollissimum subsp. molle - Red Bean
Microsorum punctatum - Climbing Birds Nest fern & Background
Microsorum punctatum - Climbing Birds Nest fern & Background
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-04-03 17:45:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°2'42"S - 152°31'35"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Family : Polypodiaceae A spreading terrestrial or lithophytic fern here seen growing in Littoral rainforest on Round Head Headland - Town of 1770. More widely it is a pantropical species which grows in Queensland pretty much along the East Coast from Cape York to Morton Bay on rocks or it can be found growing terestrially in sandy soil or scree near the coast or in rainforest. I am not certain of the common name but it spreads across the ground quite densely and I have also seen it at the excellent Tondoon Botanic Gardens at Gladstone climbing up the base of trees. Thanks to Tony Rodd for the ID Round Head is an important landmark in Australian History as it was here that Joseph Banks stepped on Australian soil again for the second time.He would have found some interesting species in his short one day visit to Round Head and what is now Town of 1770. FLICKRIVER IDENTIFYING AUSTRALIAN RAINFOREST PLANTS,TREES & FUNGI - Flick Group --> DATABASE INDEX
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Dysoxylum mollissimum subsp. molle - Red Bean
Dysoxylum mollissimum subsp. molle - Red Bean
Backhousia citriodora - Lemon Myrtle
Backhousia citriodora - Lemon Myrtle
Callicarpa pedunculata - Velvet Leaf
Callicarpa pedunculata - Velvet Leaf
Aleurites moluccanus seedlings - Candle Nuts by the Thousands
Aleurites moluccanus seedlings - Candle Nuts by the Thousands
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-04-03 17:39:49
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°2'42"S - 152°31'35"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Family : Euphorbiaceae Aleurites moluccanus - Candle Nut is by far the most invasive species growing in Raintrees Native and Rainforest Gardens at Diamond Baech on the NSW Mid North Coast. All of these seedlings have reappeared just 2 years since I removed them all by hand. This is a job that needs doing again soon. After good rain the seedlings do pull out very easily provided its done at this stage. My advice to anyone planting out a rainforest is to avoid Aleurites moluccanus or plant it in a tough site. Other species to steer away from include Cordia dichotoma - Glue Berry, Cupaniopsis anacardioides - Tuckeroo, and Rhodosphaera rhodanthera - Deep Yellow-Wood. Other less concerning species are Flindersia brayleana - Queensland Maple, Elaeocarpus grandis - Blue Quandong, and Brachychiton acerifolius - Illawarra Flame Tree. A weed is a plant in the wrong place and its possible some of these species may not be as weedy in other places as they are here on the Mid North Coast of NSW. Further north in NSW, up near the Queensland border, the list would definitely be larger and more diverse. I have not mentioned serious exotic weeds like Senna pendula var. glabrata - Easter Cassia, Asparagus aethiopicus - Asparagus Fern and many others because that list could be endless. Depending on the site and annual rainfall Archontophoenix cunninghamiana - Bangalow Palm and Livistona australis - Cabbage Palm can also be weedy. Suffice to say the trees mentioned above are the main species I see opportunistically establishing here at Diamond Beach. IDENTIFYING AUSTRALIAN RAINFOREST PLANTS,TREES & FUNGI - Flick Group --> DATABASE INDEX
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Phylanthus tenellus - Hen and Chicken
Phylanthus tenellus - Hen and Chicken
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  • Date of photography: 2020-04-03 15:24:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°2'38"S - 152°31'34"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Family : Phyllanthaceae There is a native Phylanthus species which grows on Raintrees, Phylanthus similis, however I believe this one to be the weedy one Phylanthus tennellus. It comes up in my nursery pots although its not a major problem if removed before it gets too big.
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Sigesbeckia orientalis - Common St. Paul's Wort
Sigesbeckia orientalis - Common St. Paul's Wort
Aleurites moluccanus seedlings - Candle Nuts by the Thousands
Aleurites moluccanus seedlings - Candle Nuts by the Thousands
  • Author: Black Diamond Images Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-04-03 17:37:56
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°2'42"S - 152°31'36"O
  • © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Family : Euphorbiaceae Aleurites moluccanus - Candle Nut is by far the most invasive species growing in Raintrees Native and Rainforest Gardens at Diamond Baech on the NSW Mid North Coast. All of these seedlings have reappeared just 2 years since I removed them all by hand. This is a job that needs doing again soon. After good rain the seedlings do pull out very easily provided its done at this stage. My advice to anyone planting out a rainforest is to avoid Aleurites moluccanus or plant it in a tough site. Other species to steer away from include Cordia dichotoma - Glue Berry, Cupaniopsis anacardioides - Tuckeroo, and Rhodosphaera rhodanthera - Deep Yellow-Wood. Other less concerning species are Flindersia brayleana - Queensland Maple, Elaeocarpus grandis - Blue Quandong, and Brachychiton acerifolius - Illawarra Flame Tree. A weed is a plant in the wrong place and its possible some of these species may not be as weedy in other places as they are here on the Mid North Coast of NSW. Further north in NSW, up near the Queensland border, the list would definitely be larger and more diverse. I have not mentioned serious exotic weeds like Senna pendula var. glabrata - Easter Cassia, Asparagus aethiopicus - Asparagus Fern and many others because that list could be endless. Depending on the site and annual rainfall Archontophoenix cunninghamiana - Bangalow Palm and Livistona australis - Cabbage Palm can also be weedy. Suffice to say the trees mentioned above are the main species I see opportunistically establishing here at Diamond Beach. IDENTIFYING AUSTRALIAN RAINFOREST PLANTS,TREES & FUNGI - Flick Group --> DATABASE INDEX
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Calystegia marginata - Forest Bindweed
Calystegia marginata - Forest Bindweed
Calystegia marginata - Forest Bindweed
Calystegia marginata - Forest Bindweed
Calystegia marginata - Forest Bindweed
Calystegia marginata - Forest Bindweed
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