Distribution - Australia
The Deathcap is common in many Canberra suburbs and can be found in most autumns near oak trees, with which it forms a symbiotic association. It is also well-established in several Melbourne suburbs and in some Victorian country towns.
It is not native to Australia, but has been accidentally introduced from the northern hemisphere.
There is some evidence of it associating with eucalypts in Canberra, but this needs further study. It has been reported from eucalypt and acacia plantations in east Africa, and eucalypt plantations in Morocco.
The Deathcap is one of the FUNGIMAP target species and this link [http://www.rbg.vic.gov.au/fungimap/fsp/sp053.html] will take you to the Fungimap entry (and a map showing you where this fungus has been found in Australia).
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