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which is NOT MR, and can occur with any sort of plant sp., but esp. in impoverished landscapes: sandy, little loam, etc.
Fun find. It will produce copious amounts of powdery spores from the top of that cap, so don’t leave it lying around inside the house, unbagged!
I believe it was a Eucalyptus Ficifolia, or some other sort of Eucalyptus. I didn’t get good photos of the habitat, but will likely return to the area today, and I can see if I can add habitat photos.
in photos 2 and 5 was covering the cap?
Was this found near the roots of any tree or shrub? I.e., was it obviously mycorrhizal?
Created: 2014-08-30 08:10:22 CEST (+0200)
Last modified: 2014-08-30 18:58:36 CEST (+0200)
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