Observation 129322: Austropaxillus Bresinsky & Jarosch
When: 2013-02-22
No herbarium specimen

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Recognized by sight
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Recognized by sight: Any info about habitat, trees in the area, etc? Austropaxillus could be possible as well.
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Eyes3
Recognized by sight: As I recall, the austral species described as Paxillus belong in Austropaxillus. Noah’s going in the right direction I think.

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Hm,
By: Gerhard Koller (Gerhard)
2013-02-23 06:34:30 CST (-0500)

Regarding the first picture it seems that there is an introduced poplar. During my stay in Oz I found, sometimes abundantly, Paxillus involutus with introduced birches.
Is this habitat an artificial one in rural area? Or is it indigenous outside and rather far away from a village (which I do not think) ?
If rural, I would go for Paxillus involutus (see my obs. of it from Katoomba).
If indigenous, Austropaxillus is right.

Thanks
By: Lucy (lucya)
2013-02-23 02:25:35 CST (-0500)

Thank you Roy, Noah, and bloodworm! I had never come across these before yesterday and so had no idea. As for where I found them, unfortunately I don’t know the name of the shrubs that I found them under… But they can be seen in the first photo. I’ll look into it and update this observation once I find out.

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