This is possibly Australia
's largest fungus. It forms a mycorrhizal association with eucalypts, growing singly or in groups, after rain. Widespread and common. Cap to more than 60 cm across, opening until it is almost flat, yellowish-brown. Pores underneath cap are deep, orangey-greenish yellow, becoming brown on ageing. Stem fat, bulging near base, dingy yellow-brown.
The main flower colour is other. Very large yellow brown mushroom shaped fungus with yellowish pores. Pores underneath cap (no gills).
Created: 01 Apr 2014 - Member - John and Val
Updated: 08 Apr 2014 - Member - John and Val
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