Mine be the breezy hill that skirts the down,
Where a green grassy turf is all I crave,
With here and there a violet bestrewn,
Fast by a brook or fountain's murmuring wave;
And many an evening sun shine sweetly on my grave!
BEATTIE: _The Minstrel,_ Bk. ii., St. 17.



Australian fungi

Photographs of Australian macro fungi found principally in New South Wales, and South East Australia by Jamie Derkenne. High resolution images are freely available upon request. All fungi images on this site may be used without charge so long as they are attributed. Use the search function to look for particular species or keywords. (eg Boletus in soil).  The accuracy of the names or descriptions is in no way guaranteed. If you think something has been mis-identified, please contact me.

Terana caerulea

Terana caerulea

Terana caerulea, a blue crust fungus, Barrington Guest House to Rocky Crossing walk, Barrington Tops National Park, on fallen wood, July 2010. Unknown blue crust fungus, (detail) Barrington Guest House to Rocky Crossing walk, Barrington Tops National Park, on fallen wood, July 2010. A reader has suggested this looks like Terrana caerulea which is not described as growing in Australia. Picture ref: 1774 Gallery ref: 38