These small mycena-looking mushrooms are right now living on a woodchip pile at the very edge in a shady area. The wood is mixed...so can't say specifically what kind. Very nice and damp, humidity is great in this location. They've a strong whitish stem, gray gills, black spore print, and the young have the very wispy veil that is gone before they're fully grown. They've a sweet scent to them? Almost fruity...hard to explain. NE Kansas Other kinds growing in the immediate area are cups (possibly Peziza vesiculosa), Eyelash cups, lots of Coprinus sp. and a couple other UNK's.