Notes: Found on soil under leaf litter and tree ferns in native New Zealand bush.
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This rather interesting fungi comes in a number of different forms. Michael has shown us one which is a robust yellow/red capped one with orange gills and in my experience the lest common. the others can be seen on my website here. http://hiddenforest.co.nz/...
I remember you posting this species on Shroomery a few years ago!
Looks like all the photos have been deleted though. You should make another observation with the photos lost in that thread! That collection was even stranger looking than this. I think there were more fibrils, giving them a really scaly appearance.
and only occurs in Australia as far as I know …
Looks like a hairy capped cross between an entoloma and an hygrocybe!
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