Three mushrooms, odor was not apparent as gleba had dried somewhat, but insects were still attracted nonetheless. The veil was apparent on the freshest of the three specimens, and had deteriorated significantly in the other two. Several unhatched eggs lay nearby. Eggs were white with a tint of red/pink with fine hairs that gave them a velvety texture. Growing in a combination of eucalypt leaf litter and woodchip mulch.
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