Notes: This fungi was single and not fully mature. Surprisingly tall for its given size. It was about 100-110mm .Cap size was not much wider than stem. The veil is beginning to drop.
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lacunosus looks good Ian. In N Qld last year, we found what is very much like A. fusisporus. It is not as dark brown, and while the spores are coarsely ornamented like A. lacunosus, spores of A. fusisporus are shorter and broader. Very distinctive! Yesterday, we found some material that may be the latter in Springbrook Nat’l Park near the border with NSW. Thanks for letting me know.
Roy , you may be interested in making a comment on this specimen for me when you have time. Many Thanks, kk
These two images were added to the existing group. I think they are Austroboletus (Corner) Wolfe kk
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