Subject: fungi
From: Victoria Quinton <>
Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2000 10:38:46 +1000
I was walking around the bush at Red Hill, Mornington Peninsula, over the
weekend, and was struck by the wide variety of fungi,presumably toadstools,
but in a variety of colours from purple to red; orange, brown and white.

Is any variety of fungi used by birds or could it affect their food, - say
for birds like scrubwrens that forage?

Victoria Quinton

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