|Shenandoah Mountain, United States|
The sporangia are dark purplish brown, smooth, dry, 10–20 mm tall, and 1–2 mm in diameter. The stem is black, 3–5 mm long, and less than 1 mm thick.
The spores are 6–9 µm in diameter, brown, globose, and covered in small warts.
Ecology and distributionEdit
Specimens grow in small, compact clusters on sheltered, decaying wood. It is quite common within its range. In Australia the species has been observed in all states.