Steve Paxton

Steve Paxton

Posted on 08/05/2018


Photo taken on August  5, 2018


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" Mushrooms - Lichen / Champignons - Lichen / Pilze - Flechten "

Armillaria luteobubalina

Armillaria luteobubalina 

This has come out in the Group I have on the rock far more than one , from what I read not very good sign.

library.dbca.wa.gov.au/static/FullTextFiles/070382.pdf

They will all be cut off tomorrow.

tiabunna, Amelia Heath, John Goodwin, franco benf and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


10 comments - The latest ones
Marie-claire Gallet
Marie-claire Gallet
Lovely mushroom ****************
3 months ago.
Steve Paxton has replied to Marie-claire Gallet
Not so If I have found the right one but here they are
3 months ago.
John Goodwin
John Goodwin
O Dear, Steve, this is very bad news, I hope you can get rid of it. Nice photo of this menace.
3 months ago.
Steve Paxton has replied to John Goodwin
John may be to be expected as I upended the moss and exposed it to the elements where its normally covered over. They will all be gone tomorrow.
3 months ago.
Amelia Heath
Amelia Heath
Lets' hope that your little rock garden survives the onslaught of this fungus, Steve.
3 months ago.
Steve Paxton has replied to Amelia Heath
It has they have all be removed and any new ones will get the very same treatment. I will have to go back and look at the ones out in the bush as a comparison.
3 months ago.
tiabunna
tiabunna
Well taken Steve, though reading the link it's certainly not something you'd want around!
3 months ago.
Steve Paxton has replied to tiabunna
Thats for sure they have all been removed and will get the same treatment forward as soon as i see them.
3 months ago.
Ken Dies
Ken Dies
Removing these mushrooms will do nothing to stop their pathogenic effect. The mycelium beneath the ground causes the pathogenic problems, the mushroom you see is just the fruiting body , much like berries on a tree. These mushrooms are too beautiful to destroy.
3 months ago.
Steve Paxton has replied to Ken Dies
This is a very interesting group they come from out in the bush and the moss is not the usual we see in the garden. this whole planting get dried out in summer to a crisp.

www.ipernity.com/doc/1073393/46674602

its only once winter starts both moss and plants come alive and turn green. the moss is typically 1"-1 1/4" long I put some on the sides this is where I believe the problem but I am learning about this plant and moss big time no info on it

www.ipernity.com/doc/1073393/46549436

Many thanks
3 months ago.