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Syrupy small red caps up to 20 mm wide on slimy red stalks. Gills were adnate (connected to the stem) and a pale pink. The viscidity can be seen down the stem ( stipe) as in pic 5.
Spotted growing amongst leaf litter in a damp eucalyptus forest.
In pics 1 & 2, small springtails, seeen as blue-grey specks, can be seen on the caps. I'll never know how they stay active in all that slime !! http://www.terrain.net.nz/friends-of-te-... Class:Basidiomycetes Order:Agaricales Family: Mycenaceae