Historically known as C. micaceus which is a Northern Hemisphere species that does not ex ist in NZ. Instead, we have several look-alike native species. It has a creamy or fawn cap with glistening particles over the surface of the young fruit bodies that disappear with age.
Common name: Mica ink-cap, Glistening ink-cap
Substrate: Berried decaying wood
Height: 80 mm
Width: 35 mm
Season: Any time of the year after rain.