These images were taken in a section of pines near the homestead that I believe were especially planted at the turn of the century. There would be about an acre covered in rows about 20feet apart. The trees have reached an estimated 70-80 ft. These fungi are invariably to almost always covered with pine needles.
Interestingly I have never found Amanita muscaria growing here. The common name given for these fungi images is ; Slippery Jack.
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By now you have probably guessed I am (a) one dreadful typist, (b)Speller & dislexsist. (and I probably spelt that incorrect too!) Thanks for the comment have done as you advised.
Nice to see something from Australia that really looks the same as here in Europe! If you change the name to Suillus instead of Siullus, you’ll also get credit for the name :-)
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