This mushroom was found growing near a dead conifer log in the forest.
It has a fibrillose, bell shaped cap with striate cap margins. Gills are crowded and narrow and are attached at the stem (adnate). Gill edges are smooth. The stem is smooth, equal and central. There is no bulb or partial veil remnants. Gills are covered in black spores.
I think this mushroom is part of the Mycena genus. It has a striped cap and is very small with a rounded top.

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