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Macroscopically matching Paxillus, large, often yellowish, umbilicate fruiting bodies with decurrent gills. Ectomycorrhizal under beech and tea-tree.
Distinguished from Paxillus on the basis of the Southern Hemisphere species being genetically distinct from those from the North.
Three species have been reported from New Zealand, only those listed below have descriptions or images available from NZFungi.

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 Austropaxillus macnabbii  
 Austropaxillus nothofagi  
 Austropaxillus squarrosus