Mycena laevigata is a small white agaric that has a convex, radially grooved cap. The mushroom grows in small troops in mixed woods.
white, at first conical, becoming convex to flat or depressed. Flesh white and thin. Gills
white, adnate, gill spacing ranges from close to somewhat distantly spaced. Stem
is similarly coloured as the cap, smooth, slender. The mushroom has no ring.
on the Mykologie.net Web site.