Laccaria laccata Common Laccaria
Caps are 2-6 cm across, dry, smooth to minutely scaly, convex to flat and umbilicate or depressed, bright red-brown to brick-red when wet, and paler when dry. Gills are attached to slightly decurrent, well-spaced, thick, broad, and white to flesh-coloured or pinkish brown. Stalks are up to 10 cm tall by 8 mm wide, dry, smooth, fibrous-striate, and coloured as cap. Spore prints are white. It fruits on the ground in woods. Edible.