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Dermocybe canaria.&x28;Canary Webcap&x29;
  • Web 800x478px 28.22cm x 16.9cm@72dpi
  • HQ 3389x2025px 28.69cm x 17.1cm@300dpi
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Dermocybe canaria.&x28;Canary Webcap&x29;

Dermocybe canaria, "Canary Webcap"is a rare, brightly coloured species found in SE Australia and NZ, mycorrhizal with eucalypts. Cap and stem are bright yellow, cap to 80 mm, convex, umbonate, Stem often has a bulbous base, and veil remnants in a fugitive, fibrillose ring. Spore print yellowish rusty brown.