Hebeloma aminophilum R.N. Hilton & O.K. Mill.

This species is usually found where there are bones of dead animals. Cap diam: 30–110 mm. The cap is a dull pinkish brown or cream colour and is sticky.

Hebelomavelutipes736W

Hebeloma velutipes Bruchet

A pale tan to light brown species, darker towards the middle of the cap and paler towards the edge. Cap diam: 20–60 mm.Grows in soil but associated with conifers.

Hebeloma victoriense A.A. Holland & Pegler

The Hebelomas belong to the Cortinariaceae family. This one was found growing under beech and teatree. Its spore print was a reddish colour.

Hebelomavictoriense60B
Hebelomavictoriense46B

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