|SPOROCARPS: 0.3- 0.8 mm, gregarious, more or less crowded or even confluent, sub-globose, only slightly depressed, ashen white; the peridium not obviously double, very smooth and thin, rupturing irregularly;|
HYPOTHALLUS: an indistinct membrane or lacking;
COLUMELLA: a large, globose or hemispheric, white, the surface granulose;
CAPILLITIUM: of very slender colored threads, the extremities pellucid, more or less branched.
|SPORES: Violaceous, minutely warted,|
9-11 µm diam.
|HABITAT: On dead wood, twigs, and leaves.|
DISTRIBUTION: Rare, Auckland.