Curtis) P.Karst. ex Singer (1951) 
This small to medium-sized saprobic fungus fruits in dense clusters during winter on both exotic and indigenous fallen or standing wood. It has a sticky pale yellow to rosy-orange brown cap, darker in the centre, with a distinctively velvety stem that darkens from the base upward, without a ring and having attached, close gills.
Common name: Velvet foot; Winter mushroom.
Found: Podocarp Forest
Height: 40 mm
Width: 30 mm
Season: Autumn to early winter
Edible: Yes, commercially cultivated