Various types of larger fungi. (a) Three types of bracket fungi commonly found in forests; white arrow, the tropical cinnabar bracket (Pycnoporus sanguineus); grey arrow, the black cork polypore (Trametes cingulata); dotted arrow, the false turkey tail (Stereum ostrea). (b) Anthracophyllum archeri, a bracket fungus from Mpumalanga identified from an Australian field guide. (c) The gigantic Macrocybe lobayensis first discovered by a field guide user in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, but remained unknown until the identity was obtained from an Australian mycologist. (d) An unknown fungus, still unidentified. (e) Minute basidiomes of a possible Mycena sp. on a rotting leaf.