Observation 66453: Hypholoma (Fr.) P. Kumm.
When: 2011-04-28
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Very small orange capped whitish stemmed fungi growing on stump. Caps about 1mm
and stems about 2mm. Not sure but could be Russula persanguinea?

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Deb, Because of the size of the fungi, the images are not good . I had to crop intensely to get the image to show. Thanks for your input. The second image is better than the first. Would love your comments on 66353 when you have time.
(Also sent dried specimen of Gymnogaster boletoides to Nigel Fechner, Bribane Botanic Garders Queensland, Head Mycologist for recording and specimens..

1 mm??
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2011-06-05 20:44:44 BRT (-0300)

those are some tiny mushrooms!

gill shots would’ve helped with the ID (I know it’s too late for that).

definitely not a terrestrial Russula nor a woodchip Leratiomyces.

But what it IS??? Who knows? This is OZ, after all…

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