Xerula australis, was known as Oudemansiella radicata var. australis, and is still referred to as being part of the Oudemansiella 'group'. Its common name is Rooting Shank, which refers to the underground tapering root-like extension of the stem. It is common in Lane Cove National Park, and Barrington tops National Park.
- Xerula australis aff (Unknown), also known as Oudemansiella sp, in soil, Lord Howe Island, June 2007. Long slender stem,
- Xerula australis, also known as Oudemansiella radicata group (Fungi Down Under, p54) 800 metre walk, Upper Allyn, NSW Au
- Xerula australis, showing gills and hollow stem. In damp soil. Twin Creeks Walk, May 4, 2010