As the spores are shed, the cap margin becomes recurved and almost transparent. As seen in other Ink caps, there is very little self-destruction of the cap with age, has a very short llife span.
Like many of our natives the name its called is not quite right and is more likely an unnamed species
Common name: Woolly Inky Cap
Found: Wood chip or native forest
Substrate: From buried wood and wood chips.
Height: 100 mm
Width: 35 mm
Season: Throughout the year after rain.
Edible:Unknown but too small and sparse to be worth collocating