Nature's Recyclers. Which fungi is this?

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Came across these fungi on a walk near my house. A week of rain has brought a lot of different fungi to life.

I have started this thread to share what I found. I have no ideas about the names of most of these mushrooms.

I hope learned members will add to the thread and provide some identifications.

First few are Stinkhorn mushroom.



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Second one is Bush mushroom and are edible and sold in the shops.
Need help in identifying the rest.






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Identifying mushrooms can be dangerous game .. I used to gather and eat wild mushrooms in Europe.
Identification should include the underside.
In Australia, some the same, others are not. India be somewhere in-between.
Currently appearing in wet gardens of southern hemisphere.
Particularly noteworthy are the woodchip assistants.
Searching for gold tops, keep looking .. naughty boy.
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Originally Posted by old india hand View Post Identifying mushrooms can be dangerous game .. I used to gather and eat wild mushrooms in Europe.
Identification should include the underside.
In Australia, some the same, others are not. India be somewhere in-between.
Currently appearing in wet gardens of southern hemisphere.
Particularly noteworthy are the woodchip assistants.
Searching for gold tops, keep looking .. naughty boy.
Gold tops are quite common around here. When I spot them, will post some pictures.
Not interested in eating any of them. Just admiring nature's work.
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Another bunch of nice looking mushrooms.

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Do not be too hard on Old Nick. He's just flashing back to his 'Fifties roots:

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Why doesn't somebody tell GP that these are great photos of neat mushies?
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these are great photos of neat mushies
Oh, indeed! Very nice photo, very nice mush
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Another bunch.

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Wow, amazing pic.

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