There is a two week time gap between these photos. The first two photos were taken originally the second two a fortnight later. There is a subtle colour differentiation in the stem but you can clearly see the white stem of the fungi on the left and then the orange of the stem on the right of the second photo. As the fungi aged the gills darkened - originally they were cream as can be seen on the left side of the third photo.
The Road Reserve still has quite a bit of remnant vegetation. The property slopes down to what would have been a natural gully and now is a drainage challenge for the Council, most properties have a drain through them on the lower side.
Last year there were lots of these on the Road Reserve but they were destroyed - old style thinking that "toadstools" need to be gotten rid of. I found this single survivor further up the road. It appears on the Fungi Oz site as an unidentified Australian Russula.
It is a real concern that these foxes are there. This small wetlands has allowed breeding to occur of several species of water bird. I have sighted Hard heads, Australasian grebes, Eurasian coots, Black swans, Purple swamp hens, Plovers, both Black and Little pied cormorants, Grey teal, Chestnut teal, Darters, Dusky moorhens, Straw-necked ibis and Australian white ibis.