I found this mushroom outside of someone’s house while I was taking my dog for a walk. This mushrooms were found in the grass.
The cap of this mushroom is a orange-brown plane shape with an striated cap margin. The cap surface is smooth. The gills are: adnate, with a average thickness, with a narrow breath. The spacing of the gills is sub-distant and the edges are even.
The stem doesn’t contain partial veil. It contains a central stem that has a flexuous shape. The stem looks smooth. I couldn’t see the bulb of the stem since it was still in the ground. I think this mushroom could be some type of Marasmius species (maybe M.oreades) based on the the brown colouration and uplifted margins they both have.