Hygrocybe conica Conic Wax Cap
Caps are 2-5 cm across, slippery when wet, smooth, conical, bright red fading to yellow or orange, often streaked, bruising black, and often splitting in age. Gills are free, well-spaced, pale yellow, and bruise black. Stalks are up to 9 cm tall by 6 mm wide, yellow to orange, staining black, splitting readily, striate, and often twisted. Spore prints are white. Widespread and common, it fruits on the ground in woods and is recognized by its shape and black bruising.