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Discussion in 'Fungi, Lichens and Slime Molds' started by Nik, Sep 11, 2021.
The cap diameter is only 4-5 mm. Found within moss growing in the cracks of acidic rocks.
I suppose, it's Mycena.
Like Mycena vulgaris, Mycena flavoalba or similar.
Mycena flavoalba - Wikipedia
Could be Mycena crocea aka Mycena luteopallens
Mycena crocea - Wikipedia
Mycena luteopallens - Google Search
The genus definitely fits. Mycena crocea is certainly possible. Thank you!
I don't think this is in genus Mycena, partly re the gill attachment. Thinking....