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About Acacia13

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  1. Hey there, sorry I haven't been on here for a while and just saw your comment. I'm in central vic. hope you found what you were looking for :)

  2. Thanks Olive ahh I took the pics with my phone, pretty crap I know haha Cool, thanks for that. I'll check that thread out! Yeah, I've never come across A.phalloides before. They are mycorrhizal with Quercus robur (English Oak) so if you look around underneath those you might find some. SA seems to have some cool fungi. We've only just had decent rain here over the weekend so I'm still waiting for the bush/forest to kick off. These pics were in a botanic garden nearby where they irrigate. Happy hunting!
  3. No probs. This is my first post on SAB. I'm a newb to forums but not to fungi...so if I've fucked up or high-jacked someones post - my apologies! I'll suss it all out eventually...
  4. Hey Berenger, here's another pic not great either! I've had a trusted ID off a couple of people so I guess that's why I think it A. phalloides
  5. These were found in Central Vic on Sunday. Amanita phalloides (Death Cap) and P. subaeruginosa hanging out together under English Oak.