Roridomyces austrororidus

Syn. Mycena austrororida

This is a small glutinous whitish to pale greyish brown species, usually found in small groups on rotting wood. Cap diam: up to 20 mm.

Mycena interrupta

A distinctive small species with its pale bluish cap with a blue to blue-green centre. The stipe has a distinct disc at its base. It grows on fallen rotting logs. Cap diam: 8–12 mm.

Mycena helminthobasis var. novae-zelandiae

A viscid brown species, this is found in groups on rotten logs. Cap diam: 15–30 mm.

Mycena mamaku

A very small species which is easy to overlook. The cap is campanulate in shape, is a pink-buff colour and has a diam. of 2–3 mm. This species grows on the base of the mamaku fern.

Mycena subviscosa

A small sticky to slimy species with a pale grey-fawn cap and a yellow stipe. Cap diam: 5–10 mm. Usually found in groups on fallen logs and branches.

Mycena flavovirens

A small green Mycena found in groups on rotting punga logs. The cap is a darker green at the centre and yellowish towards the margin. The stipe is yellowish at the top and green towards the base. Cap diam: up to 10 mm.

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