I found this mushroom under a coniferous tree at a park, buried under piles of dead leaves. The cap shape seems to be uplifted, with crenate cap margins and smooth cap surface. The partial veil and volva cannot be distinguished in the picture, due to the bad angle and the amount of foliage covering the mushroom. The gills seem to have uncinate attachment, with broad breadth, average thickness, subdistant spacing, and eroded edges. The stem seems to be central, with a flexuous shape, and longitudinally striate stem surface. Based on the color, size, and cap shape of the mushroom, this might be Hemimycena delicatella

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