Very tiny, bright orange mushrooms. Observed growing in moss at the base of an old-growth oak tree.
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I will try to get an shot of the underside of the caps tomorrow or the next day. I’m thinking they might get a little bit bigger between now and then, making the ID easier. But if you think they are at max size now, I’ll pull one and take a shot. Thanks.
If the gills are white and deeply decurrent, probably Rickenella fibula.
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