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F.Muell. ex Kalchbr. (1880)
Marasmius crinis-equi is a plant pathogen. It is commonly known as the 'horse hair fungus', and appears on rainforest leaves as a wiry stipe with a delicate fruitbody. The cap of the fruitbody can be up to 4 mm in diameter, and is pale brown.
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