Marasmius OreadesMarasmius oreades
Cap or Pileus - Fleshy, tough, smooth, convex, or nearly plane, often with the centre higher than the space between it and the rim. Reddish; fading, as it ages or dries, to pale yellow or buff. 1-2 inches broad.
Gills or Lamellae - Broad and wide apart, creamy or yellowish, rounded at the stem end, unequal.
Stem or Stipe - Whitish, slender, tough, solid, coated with dense woolly hairs. 1-2/ inches long.
Ring or Annulus - None.
Spores - White.
Flesh - Thin, white, tough.
Time - May to October.
Habitat - In circles or groups.
Dangerous fungi somewhat resembling the M. oreades, and found in company with it, may be distinguished by their darkcoloured spores.