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A series of umbrella-shaped thin, soft, smooth-capped fungi, attached eccentrically to a drying twig. The caps were of various sizes; the largest being about 7 mm wide. The caps were a tan colour as were the spaced gills which looked more like folds. The underside of the caps appeared darker at the point of attachment. There was no stipe.
Spotted growing on a dead branchlet of a leptospermum tree Distribution: http://bie.ala.org.au/species/Anthracoph...
belongs to the Marasmiaceae family of fungi.