It's rained here the last couple of days and that always results in some mushrooms. These delicate little mushrooms, probably a Coprinus sp., grow in clusters on rotting wood of deciduous trees on the creek flood plane after rain. Each mushroom cap is 1/4-in to 3/8-in diameter and sits on a stalk about 1-1/2-in tall.
The Audobon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms. ISBN: 0-394-51992-2
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