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Friday, July 02, 2010

Beautiful colored winter fungi in the Olinda Forest

On Wednesday June 30, 2010, I visited the Olinda Forest, in the Dandenong Ranges National Park, 35 km east of central Melbourne.

The purpose of my trip was to study and photograph Fungi populations in this former logging area, and I was certainly not disappointed!

Parking next to the gate on the Olinda Creek Rd, opposite Management Rd 13, I followed George's Track, then turned into Barge's Track, then into Bartlett Track, reaching Olinda Creek rd, then back to the car.

This circuit was about 3 km.

The variety, diversity, and colors of the many winter Fungi species were truly amazing.

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