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Small, tough, thin-fleshed, mushroom-like fruiting bodies attached laterally to wood. Hymenial surface irregularly folded or with anastomosing ridges, spores white and subglobose. Anthracophyllum species have reddish pigments that dissolve in KOH.
Four species have been reported from New Zealand, only those listed below have descriptions or images available from NZFungi.

Name (click to select)Image (click to enlarge)
 Campanella fimbriata  
 Campanella olivaceonigra  
 Campanella tristis  
 Campanella vinosolivida