Collection location: Swans Crossing State Forest, New South Wales, Australia [Click for map]
I thought this specimen might have been “Galerina hypnorum” , but not really sure enough due to several details. Eg. translucent edges on mantle, colour of mantle and mantle shape. The specimen was very delicate and the mantle was about 7-8mm across at the widest point. The colours are true. This was a single specimen. I have previously loaded an image of a “Galerina hypnorum” 15150/1
As can be observed from the images the fungi was wet from the weather we had been experiencing.
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Thank you Noah, and Gerhard.
the translucent edges because it is waterlogged and old.
I would be very interested in further comments on this fungi. Any comparison images with some identification would satisfy my doubts. I regularly see entoloma on the fern covered slopes, but this specimen had translucent edges which I had not seen before.