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Also look out for Clathrus pusillus and aseroe rubra; they may look similar !
One reference I use is: Common Australian Fungi: A Naturalist's Guide by Tony Young. Its a few years old but can certainly help narrow down a species.
There are some other excellent guides too, but can get pricey !