Observation 130361: Oudemansiella exannulata (Cleland & Cheel) R.H. Petersen
When: 2013-02-19
(-25.1219° 151.5986° 960m)

Notes: Pileus 2-7 cm broad, plano-convex, glutinous, light brownish yellow (5C-D6,5), with a slight sulcate margin. Flesh white, unchanging, with mild odor and taste. Lamellae adnexo-emarginate, white, thick, subdistant to close, with even edges. Stipe strict or curved, fibrous-tough, 2.5-4 cm long, 4-10 mm broad, equal with a bulbous base, white, moist, silky fibrillose to fibrillose striate, slightly subsquamulose in some above base.

Some pilei were clearly 2x larger in diameter. Noted by Petersen & Hughes (2010) as possibly the largest in the genus.

Habitat is montane rainforest dominated by Bunya Pine (Araucaria bidwillii).

Growing on dead (large downed or standing) trees and logs.

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Used references: Petersen & Hughes. 2010. Beih. Nova Hedwigia 137: 288.
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