Found growing on leaf litter.
Easily recognised by the small hairs at the base of it's stipe.
Cap diameter 5 - 8 mm.
This one has been referred to in the past as Mycena miniata, a name which is not now recognised (ref. NZ Journal of Botany Vol 39, a Nomenclatural Checklist of Agarics,Boletes, and Related Secotoid and Gastromycetous Fungi Recorded from New Zealand)
These are larger than M. ura, and not such a bright red. Grows on wood.