Collection location: Kundabung, New South Wales, Australia [Click for map]
This also appears to be an Amanita, possibly Amanati cinereoannulosa?
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Rod, Thanks again for your input and description. It is heaps better than a blank.
I dont think you will have any disagreements on ID.
If this is an Amanita (and it certainly could be), I don’t think it can be cinereoannulosa. The latter is probably assignable to Amanita sect. Caesareae and would have no flocculence on the cap. Moreover, it would probably have a gray skirt-like partial veil…or the remains of one. A stipe uniformly covered with flocculence from near the apex down to the substrate (as in the pictures of 7970) is very unlikely to have had a partial veil (they often mark some point at which the forms of decoration on the stipe [if any] are divided). If this entity is an Amanita. I would think it would belong in sect. Lepidella.