Favolaschia calocera "Orange Pore Fungi"
A bright orange stalked fan, 5mm-30mm diameter, with pores on the underneath side.
Unmistakeable when you see it.
It is thought to be introduced, and is now quite widespread. You may even see it in home gardens on twigs and branches, but it is also widespread in native bush.
"White Pore Fungi".
Has a translucent look, and a rubbery feel.
This species does not have a stalk, as it is attached by its side to logs and stumps, often in such an awkward position that it can be difficult to get underneath it to see the honeycombed pores.
A very small pore fungus, and found growing only on Cyathea ferns