In mixed redwood / Doug-fir / tan oak forest
Small shell-shaped fruiting bodies on fallen wood, 2 cm diam. x 2 cm height with no stipe. Cap light tan, yellowish at base and lightly fibrous, gill colour light tan. Sporeprint rich red-brown. Spores oval, smooth 7.8 x 5.2 u. In coastal broadleaf forest.
Growing under pine trees
Crepidotaceae (Inocybaceae): Crepidotus praecipuus ?
Living in bark chip.
10 mm for mature cap size.
What I guess are Fungus Gnats like the young ones.
Fan shaped fruiting body with a scalloped edge on fallen wood (4 cm width x 3 cm height). Cap surface fuzzy coating over apricot-cream. Gill colour apricot-orange. Looks like young fresh fruiting body with inrolled margin. Flesh soft/rubbery - not easily broken. Spore print brown.
in podocarp-hardwood forest
Putty-coloured mushrooms with central umbo, pale gills and stipe growing under broom and willow.
Spore print pale brown.
Pale brown mushroom with pale gills. Spore print brown. Spores rather large, ovate. Growing in soil under mixed deciduous and native canopy.