Collection location: State Forest near Comboyne, New South Wales, Australia [Click for map]
Caps to 40mm across, flattened to irregularly saucer shaped and almost white with pale brown centre. Cap surface and gils viscid. (see adhered dirt particle.Some were on top of the cap also.) Found in eucalypt forest Comboyne NSW Australia, sub tropical forest region.
The stems were reasonably parallel and I did not notice any sign of a veil or ring and the base of the fungi was not displayed when photographed. The stem and gills could have a very light pink colouring but not conclusive or definate.
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