Mine and many others favourites amongst the Tasmanian fungi are our little blue Mycena interrupta, commonly known as Pixies Parasols. They have a Gondawanan distribution being found in Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia and Chile. They can be reasonably common but can be amazingly difficult to see in the rainforest they habitat, even in their glowing neon glory, and then, once you have spotted them, they are almost impossible to "unsee". This week I came across a delightful little group and photographed their change across 3 days.
I even managed to spot and capture a springtail crawling through the scene. The head of the large "parasols" are maybe about 12-15mm. The springtail is not much longer than the stalk is wide so I guess that makes the springtail about 1.5 to 2mm long. Below is a fairly ordinary image of my first springtail and also a wider view of the little Mycena forest in amongst the mosses.