Until recently the mycoflora of the West Frisian Islands has been rather neglected. In the last few years, however, members of both the Rijksherbarium and the Netherlands’ Mycological Society (N.M.V.) have been collecting more frequently on these islands. The results of their fieldtrips are promising for the future as many interesting and rare fungi have been found. In a previous paper (Noordeloos, 1975) I described a rare species of the genus Marasmiellus Murr., viz. M. caespitosus (Pat.) Sing. from the Island of Texel¹. I now want to introduce, from the same island, another member of the same genus.