>/2014/05/14/fungus_Mycena_austrororida_Warburton140514-0045.jpg|Warburton, May 2014
>/2014/05/14/fungus_Mycena_austrororida_Warburton140514-0039.jpg|Large colony, Warburton, May 2014
>/2012/05/22/fungus_Mycena_austrororida_Silvan120522-6445.jpg|Silvan, May 2012
Common Name=Austral Dripping Bonnet
Genus/Species=Mycena austrororida Singer (1962)
Synonyms=Roridomyces austrororidus Rexer (1994), Mycena veronicae Stevenson (1964)
Roridomyces should be the accepted genus.
Distribution=Common in wet Eucalypt forests of Victoria and Tasmania.
Substrate=Form clustered colonies on logs and branches, often with moss.
Description=Caps are typically 10–15mm and appear light brown with minute, brown like scales
that appear as dots when viewed up close but give the cap a darker apeparance.
Gills are white and stipe (stem) is usually longer than cap and covered with clear, slimy mucus.
Similar Species=There are no similarly glutinous species on logs and branches.