-- field key --

8 Mycenoid / Omphalioid:



Cap fleshy, small;

stem thin and either fleshy or tough.

Gills attached to decurrent.

Veils absent.

Mycena viscosa
Orange mycena
Mycena leaiana


Orange moss agaric
Rickenella (Mycena, Omphalia) fibula
Fuzzy foot
Xeromphalina (Omphalia) campanella




Look-alikes include white-spored Hygrophorus, pink-spored Nolanea (Entoloma), brown-spored Galerina, black-spored Coprinus...

white spores: Witch's hat
Hygrophorus (Hygrocybe) conicus
pink spores: Salmon unicorn Entoloma
Entoloma (Nolanea) salmoneum
brown spores: Straw-colored fiber head
Inocybe fastigiata
pink spores: Straight-stalked Entoloma
Entoloma (Nolanea) strictius
brown spores -- in bogs
Galerina hypnorum
brown spores: Yellow Bolbitius
Bolbitius vitellinus
brown spores: White dunce cap
Conocybe lactea
black spores: Mica cap
Coprinus micaceus
black spores: Non-inky Coprinus
Coprinus disseminatus


black spores: Shaggy mane
Coprinus comatus
black spores: Alcohol inky
Coprinus atramentarius


black spores: Bell-cap Panaeolus
Panaeolus campanulatus
black spores: Common Psathyrella
Psathyrella candolleana


black spores: Lawn mower's mushroom
Panaeolina (Psathyrella) foenisecii