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Mycena roseoflava These small mycena were delicately pink and about 3 mm wide. The centres were a deeper pink. Caps were glutinous. Stipes were cylindrical and brown at the base. <br />
Gills were white. The fruiting bodies were seen in small colonies.<br />
Spotted growing on wood and leaf debris in very moist soil - damp eucalypt forest.  Australia,Fall,Geotagged Click/tap to enlarge

Mycena roseoflava

These small mycena were delicately pink and about 3 mm wide. The centres were a deeper pink. Caps were glutinous. Stipes were cylindrical and brown at the base.
Gills were white. The fruiting bodies were seen in small colonies.
Spotted growing on wood and leaf debris in very moist soil - damp eucalypt forest.

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Uploaded Jun 7, 2017. Captured May 27, 2017 13:53 in Sherbrooke Track, Sherbrooke VIC 3789, Australia.
  • SZ-10
  • f/9.3
  • 10/300s
  • ISO100
  • 5mm