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Small, brightly coloured mushrooms with umbillicate cap and decurrent gills. Saprobic on soil. Spores white, smooth, nonamyloid. The Omphalina-like mushrooms found in sphagnum bogs are thought to be lichenised and are referred to Lichenomphalina.
Three species have been reported from New Zealand, only those listed below have descriptions or images available from NZFungi.

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 Omphalina foetida  
 Omphalina nothofaginea  
 Omphalina pyxidata  
 Omphalina wellingtonensis