Notes: Half buried in soil under Podocarpus totara in native New Zealand bush.
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This collection is the same as this one, http://mushroomobserver.org/22112?search_seq=573348
The spores are brown and can be measured in my image, scale divisions = 2.5 microns.
Hysterangium is a good guess, particularly if there were Kunzea or Leptospermum in the area. Another genus to consider would be Protubera. Or even the genus Gallacea. Spore size, shape and color would be helpful.
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