Boletus leptospermi McNabb

The colour of the cap can vary in colour from mouse grey, reddish brown, mahogany to date brown. Cap diam: 40–80 mm. The stipe is also multicoloured. The flesh turns blue when damaged. As the name suggests, it is found under tea tree.

Boletus semigastroideus M. Nuhn, Manfr. Binder, A.F.S. Taylor, Halling & Hibbert

(Syn. Notholepiota areolata)

The white globose bodies have a short stipe. Cap diam: up to 40 mm. The specimen on the left shows a veil over the pores. It is mycorrhizal under tea tree.