Last Modified: 18-5-2021 13:27
Armillaria limonea is a native fungus found in beech forest that is pathogenic to some native trees and Pinus radiata. The fungus forms large clusters of mushroom fruiting bodies with a lemon yellow colour covered in scales which give a speckled appearance.
This example was observed in Lees Creek in mountain beech forest.
Image Date: 8/5/2021
Photographer: Christopher Cookson
Location: Latitude: -41.962448 Longitude: 172.911209