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“Psathyrella species are always associated with buried, rotting wood and usually grow in small dense clusters. Thay are usually cinnamon-brown to yellowish-brown , dry, shaggy-fibrillose with numerous attatched fragments of the veil”.

Reference and further reading;  Young, A.M.    A Field Guide to the Fungi of Australia.

I.D. courtesy of Don Gover.

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