An amazing group of Mycena viscidocruenta (Mycenaceae), a small wood-rotting Mycena with caps of around 1-2 cm, brilliant red. The flesh and stem are the same color as the cap, but the gills are sometimes a little paler. There is no ring or volva, and the cap can be quite viscid especially in wet weather. But not all is red in this species, the spore print is white.
These precious fungi are found in Australia and New Zealand.