Basidiomata infundibuliform to slightly campanulate, 8-12 mm high, 7-9 mm wide at the mouth. Expanded in the upper third and abruptly constricted in the base. Exoperidium woolly to slightly hirsute, with fine darker hair, Brown (Y70: M80/C80), smooth. Inner surface distinctly plicate, 0,7 mm of wide, silvery (B40: M00/C00), shiny. Epiphragm composed by two layers being the most external hirsute and concolor to exoperidium and the most internal brittle and whitish, membranous. Basal emplacement conspicuous, concolor to exoperidium. Mouth slightly fimbriate with hairs up to 0,3 mm of length. Peridioles circular to elliptical, 2,5 x 2-2,5 mm, Silvery Gray (B40: M00/C00). Tunic present, thick and greyish. Cortex single layered. Basidiospores smooth, hyaline, 10-16 x 9-14 µm (10 x 15 µm), elliptical, thick walled, up to 2 µm. Apiculus absent.
There are a few records of the species worldwide. We, thus, suggest this species to be categorized as Near Threatened (NT).
According to GBIF, there are records from America and Southeast Asia (Malasya) (5 countries)
There are 15 records of this species in GBIF, most of them from Brazil (5).
Population Trend: Uncertain
Found on rotting wood. Not common in Brazil. In Brazil, the species is found in Atlantic Forest and Caatinga.
In Brazil, there are few records from only a few localities. It is found in the Atlantic Forest, a hotspot, and Caatinga (threatened with desertification).
Reports in Brazil are from protected area.
We need more collections of the species.