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These were in a line on a mossy barkless eucalyptus log over a length of about a metre. Caps were 6 to 20mm wide with a rich blue-cyan colour and slightly depressed, viscid. Height ranges from 10 to 24 mm. Stipe is white, smooth and the base is attached by a flat white disk with a blue margin (pic 4)
Tall eucalyptus rain forest.
Distribution http://bie.ala.org.au/species/Mycena+int... "Mycena interrupta, commonly known as the pixie's parasol, is a species of mushroom. It has a Gondwanan distribution pattern, being found in Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, and Chile. In Australia it is found in Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales, and South Australia, and in Queensland where its distribution is limited to Lamington National Park" - Wikipedia