Creamy coloured mushroom with a tan centre and a viscid smooth cap and stipe. Gills cream, narrowly attached and margin of cap exceeds gills. Stipe cream with no distinct ring but possible fibrous remnants seen on stipe. Flesh breaks easily when handled. On soil amongst litter in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Medium sized, creamy coloured mushrooms with a glutinous cap and stipe growing amongst litter under nikau. The cap is creamy with a raised darker tan centre, 3-4.5 cm in diameter x 6-8.5 cm in height. The gills are cream and attached at the top only and the cap margin exceeds the gills. The stipe is cream with tan hints on the bottom half, 5-7 mm diameter. Growing under a grove of nikau in remnant mature coastal broadleaf forest.
Seen in a ruderal area on the lower northern flank of Snake Mountain. This gilled mushroom is veiled, with cap diameter of 11 cm and stalk length of 13 cm. This specimen was growing in a garden whose surface is dominated by European olive leaf litter.