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Description:

Caps about 50mm across. Split !! Weird gills with tints of pinks and orange. Dark straight stipe, pale near the top.

Habitat:

Eucalyptus based forest with a few introduced species.

Notes:

Yet to search for this one...

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6 Comments

maplemoth662
maplemoth662 3 years ago

Two, beautiful photos....

Lipase
Lipase 7 years ago

agreed, it might be worth looking at other laccaria species I guess, admittedly Australian fungi are a bit alien to me (and a lot of them very beautiful!)

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 7 years ago

Thanks Lipase. Yes some similarity there but the usual problem of not recorded here. Apparently someone found one near Perth once... might as well be in S Africa.

Lipase
Lipase 7 years ago

It also bears similarities with Lacaria bicolor!

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 7 years ago

That seems a good path to check out... NZ ones look close. It seems Tas gets heaps of those but only a few sightings in Vic. These might have been a bit beyond spore print capabilities. Thanks for the thoughts... :)

CharliePrice
CharliePrice 7 years ago

Hmmm with the splitting , first thought that comes is hygrocybe..there is Hyrocybe lilaceolamellata ...gills have a deep lilac colour and are very thick decurrent , has a pale violet spore which however fades to white ...not that , that helps. ...looking at them they are very well matured ..ones in the tas field guide are fresh , but look similiar

Mark Ridgway
Spotted by
Mark Ridgway

Victoria, Australia

Spotted on Jul 23, 2014
Submitted on Sep 27, 2014

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