Boletus leptospermi

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

(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.

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Boletusleptospermi4a
Boletussemigastroideus2B