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to my knowledge, Debbie. That it appears to be a sequestrate Cortinariaceae associating with Eucalypts may be interesting. All US Thaxterogasters are associated with conifers.
Are you referring to other families Debbie?
This would make this curious secotioid cort a Cortinarius. But which cort is a whole nuther issue.
In Oregon, this would be Thaxterogaster, a sequestrate Cortinariaceae. In Australia, not sure what it would be.
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