Psathyloma is a newly named genus containing only two species, both found in NZ. Psathyloma is myccorhizal with beech.

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Psathyloma catervatum Soop, J.A. Cooper & Dima

This pale moist to viscid species has a rounded cap which becomes plane. Cap diam: 20–70 mm. The centre of the cap can be a pale grey-brown. The gills are gray when young, becoming brownish. Found with beech.

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Psathyloma leucocarpum Soop, J.A. Cooper & Dima

This species has a yellow-brown to hazel-brown cap , often with an umbo. Cap diam: 15–45 mm. The gills are gray when young, becoming brownish. Found with beech.

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