An introduced species here in New Zealand, no indigenous host trees were in the area, this small Telamonia was under Birch.

Cap: 15-35mm, dry to slightly viscid, hygrophanous; red-brown with a paler yellowish to ochraceous margin, striate.
Gills: grey to pale brown in young specimens.
Stipe: 40-50 × 7-8mm, cylindrical; pale yellow-brown with some faint yellow-brown girdles.
Veil: yellow-brown, fairly copious near cap margin in younger specimens, cortina pale yellow.
Flesh: reddish brown, darker and almost olivaceous near stipe base.
Reactions: 3%K0H dark brown to black in all tissue.
Micro: spores elliptic, average size 8.4 × 6.3µm, coarsely verrucose.


1000x in 3%K0H

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By: Michael W (Michael Wallace)
2014-03-30 05:43:05 JST (+0900)

…there is also Liquidamber nearby but this was directly under Birch.

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