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Hi all, im new to the forums.
Was hiking in enfield forrest near ballarat and came across this mushroom. Would you guys help to id it for me.
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Sorry I didn't notice this post earlier. The images aren't showing up for me - would you like to re-upload them?
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I'm not getting the images either you should try to add them again. I know there are a few good mushroom resources on the internet. Best of luck identifying and please be careful, those little buggers can be deceptive, trust me.
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