(Pers.) García-Cunch., J.C. Zamora & Lado 2022
SPORANGIA: total height 1.5 to 3 mm., stalked, rarely sessile, gregarious or crowded, turbinate, 0.6 to 0.8 mm. diam., shining olive or yellowish brown.
PERIDIUM: wall yellow, membranous, of two layers; upper part of the wall often forming a cap of thinner texture which breaks up leaving a circular opening.
STALK: cylindrical, furrowed, 0.1 to 1 mm. long, olive or dark brown, filled to the base with spore-like cells.
CAPILLITIUM: of simple or branched, smooth, olivaceous brown elaters 4.5-5.5 µm. wide, marked with four or five spiral bands, gradually tapering into long, slender points.
SPORES: Yellowish brown in mass, either closely and often irregularly reticulate, or minutely warted, 9-12 µm diam..
PLASMODIUM: Rose-colored or white
HABITAT: On dead wood.
DISTRIBUTION: Cosmopolitan, known from Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Wanganui, Fiordland, Mid Canterbury and Dunedin.
Capillitium: Olivacceous yellow, consisting of simple or branched free elaters 5 -6µm in diameter with 3-5 µm smooth spiral bands, elaters tapering to long slender tips.
Spores: :Olivacceous yellow, delicately reticulated , 10 to 13µm in diameter. The darker objects are the spore-like cysts from within the stalk