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Pseudostipes (hair-like rhizomorphs) are often abundant with this species sometimes forming thick mats across the ground (pic 2). The mushrooms are up to about 140mm tall.
In shaded damp bark and leaf mulch under eucalyptus and nothofagus. National park roadside.
Not 100% with this ID. Do other related mycenas have these pseudostipes? Still researching... umbo missing? http://bie.ala.org.au/species/Mycena+cys...