I took a stroll around my local cemetery the other day. Beautiful sunny day and just the right damp conditions. I've mentioned before that cemeteries have really good habitat for mushrooms to flourish because they have lots of different trees and are well established.
That day I saw some perfect white mushrooms growing in pine needle litter. Great for photographing as they were in their prime.
|Showing group in pine needles|
|Showing fine fibres at the base of stem|
Cap up to 1.5 cm across, firstly conical then bell-shaped and can flatten. The margin becomes wavy with maturity. Chalk white, with a more pale/cream centre. The gills are white and quite crowded. Stem is white and has white fibres at the base. No odour. Grows in large groups amongst pine needles and other debris. Summer to Autumn.
There are several that can grow either in conifer or pine needles. Lactea, cucullata, pithya and pseudogracilis. With the absence of analysis with this I cannot determine which precisely it is.