Notes: An outside possibility that it is E. azureosquamulosum.
This has been recently described occurring in S.E. China.
A long shot of it being in Australia, but I’m a “gambling man” when it comes to fungi.
Found to date on one hillside at the Whitfield Range on the ground amongst decaying Acacia celsa logs.
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