Resupinatus sp.

An undescribed species, growing on a rotten log in mixed broad-leaf/podocarp forest.

Very small - the largest fruiting body was 7 mm diameter.

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Resupinatus violaceogriseus

A violaceous grey species found on fallen beech wood. It is bell-shaped when young with an inrolled edge, becoming flatter as it ages. Cap diam: 20–50 mm.

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Resupinatus sp.

Grows on fallen stems of fallen punga fronds.

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Resupinatus sp.

This species is found on old punga frond stems. It has quite a circular shape to it. The colour changes from vinaceous-grey to fawn as it ages. Cap diam: up to 20 mm.

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Resupinatus vinosolividus

(Syn. Campanella vinosolivida)
Grows on fallen branches and twigs. A vinaceous grey colour with gelatinous flesh. Cap diam: up to 30 mm.

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