Notes: This tiny mushroom can also be found June 6, 2011 due to late seasonal rain. Look hard in very well decomposed olive leaf litter. The mushrooms are usually attached to well decayed, almost black colored leaves. This fungus was most likely introduced from Europe through olive trees.
Marasmius corbariensis (Roum.) Singer on MyCoPortal
Marasmius corbariensis on MycoBank
Preferred Name: Cryptomarasmius corbariensis (Roum.) T.S. Jenkinson & Desjardin
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this tiny Marasmius belongs to section Hygrometrici, and Thomas Jenkinson & Dennis Desjardin at San Francisco State University discovered that this section does not belong to Marasmius, but in another family, and they are going to make a new genus for it.
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