>/2014/06/18/fungus_Mucronella_pendula_KurthKiln140618-0830.jpg|Close-up, Jun 2014
>/2013/07/07/fungus_Mucronella_pendula_Gembrook130707-7472.jpg|Yellow specimens, Jul 2013
>/2013/06/19/fungus_Mucronella_pendula_Gembrook130619-0001.jpg|Colony, Jun 2013
Common Name=Icicle Fungus
Genus/Species=Mucronella pendula (Massee) R.H.Petersen (1980)
Habitat=Found in a variety of moist to wet forests.
Substrate=On the underside of rotten logs (or the inside if logs are hollow)
Description=Distinctively tapered, white icicle-like fungus with smooth fruiting bodies to about 20mm
hanging vertically from a short, minutely hairy stem.
They become yellowish with age (the two images shown from 2013 are of the same specimens 18 days apart).
I have only seen them locally relatively late in the fungus season (which peaks in May around Melbourne).
I know one log in Kurth Kiln Regional Park where I have observed them almost every June since 2010,
which is where all these featured photos were taken.