Mycena epipterygia

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|microhabitat=on ground |Date=11/10/08 |Measure_Photo=20081110-mycena-3.jpg |Cap_Color=Cream, Yellow, Light Brown |Cape_Shape=Conical |Cap_Margin=With Lines |Cap_surface=Smooth |Flesh_color=white |Flesh_character=Thin |Gill_Characterisitics=Adnate, Decurrent |Gill_Color=White |Stem_Shape=Equal |Stem_Color=yellow |Stem_Surface=smooth |Odor=not remarkable |Habit=Gregarious

Stems are bright yellow, perhaps the color intensifies with time. Tallest ones were close to 3 inches. Stems 1.5 mm in diameter. Largest caps less than 3/4 inch in diameter. Some caps were lemon yellow in center others cream colored.

Mycena epipterygia?