We found several outcrops of delicate white fungus in the Monga Rainforests on our walk with Ian on Saturday 25 May. They were very small, porcelain white and had a divided cap, like petals of a flower. Helen took these remarkable photos and has done some research to identify the fungus.
She’s thinking Humidicutis mavis. Caps to 50mm. “Resembles a white form of H.lewellinae and exhibits the same type of gill-splitting as the cap expands. Usually found in rainforest.”