SPOROCARPS: sporangia scattered or gregarious, stalked, white, globose, 40-50 µm diam.; sporangial wall persistent at the base as a minute collar.
STALK: slender, hyaline, with scanty pale refuse matter, 0.4 to 0.5 mm. high.
COLUMELLA: short, slender.
CAPILLITIUM: of a few arcuate threads, simple or sparingly branched and anastomosing, with free spine or hook like branches.
NOTES: the smallest of the known myxomycetes othen the sporangia are in fairly large colonies.
SPORES: spores colorless, smooth, 6-8 µm diam.
HABITAT: on dead wood.
DISTRIBUTION: cosmopolitan, known from Auckland, Taupo, Bay of Plenty, Nelson, and North Canterbury.