Tubarias are often frustrating to identify. These small brown fungi can indeed be difficult to identify. Tubaria rufofulva is one of the easier ones as it has lovely deep brownish red tones, grows on wood, and has a distinct ring. Other Tubarias in native forests, such as Tubaria sp. often look rather like species of Laccaria, but can be distinguished by the brown spore print, and the presence of veil remnants around the cap margin.
- Tubaria sp, near junction of Georges Rd and Great Northern walk, Watagan Mountains National Park, NSW Australia, July 22