|Genus/Species||Marasmius cylindraceocampanulatus Henn. 1900 [Hennings, P. C. 1899]|
|Abundance||Uncommon but easily overlooked.|
|Distribution||In Australia it is known only from southern Victoria and Tasmania (but also occurs in New Zealand).|
|Substrate||Usually grows on living and decaying tree-fern trunks.|
|Description||These are bown with a uniquely shaped, cylindrical, striate cap about 5mm high and the gills are usually paler.
I have seen them growing on trunks of living rough tree-fern Cyathia australis and soft tree-fern Dicksonia antarctica
as well as the remnants of fallen tree-fern trunks.|