Notes: These images were taken in open grassland near Spotted Gums and Grey Gums.
- Updated information.* I found my notes (which I had misplaced) and can provde some more basic information on this Fungi. The cap was approximately 5-6cm across. The fungi was a single growth with no other specimens found in the surrounding area. I did find on the same day in the same area a Phlebopus marginatus (8148). I am not sure if this specimen (8175) was a smaller,(younger) growth. The fungi (8175) was firm to touch, without any distinctive aroma and the cap when split was a similar colour inside. The stem was also firm and thick.
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