Paxillus infundibuliformisPaxillus infundibuliformis is characterised by its funnel shaped caps with decurrent forking gills. The fruit bodies bruise dark brown on handling. The gills can be quite shallow, and the flesh cream. The stem can be solid, but may hollow out near apex. No ring. Spore colour is brown. Seen growing in forests and parks of northern Sydney, NSW.
- Austropaxillus infundibuliformis, Upper Allyn, Rocky Crossing Walk, March 2003
- Austropaxillus infundibuliformis (top view), Upper Allyn, Rocky Crossing Walk, March 2003
- Paxillus infundibuliformis. Growing on Ashfiled shale in mixed eucalypt and rainforest. Solitary but common in deep leaf