Laccaria lateritiaLaccaria lateritia group is common Australia wide. It occurs in small groups or troops on soil or in litter on heath, woodland or forest. It forms mycorrhizal relationships with a number of plants, but is frequently associated with eucalypts. The flesh is thin, reddish brown, the gills distant and usually covered with a white dusty bloom. Spores are always spiny. Stem is hollow smooth dry and often a little twisted. There is no smell.
- Laccaria Lateritia Paddy Pallin Reserve, Lindfield, NSW, June 18, 2006, showing white spore deposit on cap of smaller fu
- Laccaria lateritia group. Lane Cove National Park, Fiddens Wharf Road, July 30, 2006 in sandy soil, gregarious in leaf l
- White. Fiddens Wharf Road, Lane Cove National Park, Sydney, NSW, Australia, July 30, 2006 cf ref: 2006073024