AppearanceThe fruitbody has a dark brown to purplish brown cap up to 19 mm in diameter with a surface that is finely fibrillose, and a cap cuticle consisting of narrow hyphae. The spores measure 9.6–13.6 by 5.6–8.4 µm and have 5–6 blunt angles. Basidia are club-shaped, measuring 34.4–48.8 by 9.6–12.8 µm, with sterigmata up to 6 µm long.
NamingThe specific epithet derives from the Aboriginal word ''moonga'', meaning "dark".
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