Tubaria furfuracea

Tubaria furfuracea (Pers.) Gillet

This small brown mushroom is in the Tubariaceae family of the Agaricales order, although it was previously in the Inocybaceae. It has a hygrophanous cap that turns somewhat ochraceous when it dries. The cap has cottony white hairs and typically bears a white ring near or at the cap margin and white mycelium at the base. A saprotroph, it grows gregariously in wood chips and forest debris. Not edible.