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So what separates it from Mycena inclinata of which I have some very similar seeming pictures.
In its' pristine condition M inclinata has a two tone stem with white at the top but becoming yellow and finally brown as you move down towards the base. The anastamosing between the gills often quoted (and showing in the photos here) is an indicator for M galericulata but it does also occur but usually less impressive in M inclinata. So to answer your question without more information it is just my educated guess. I "think" from these photos it is more likely to be M galericulata but I would probably take a specimen home to confirm.
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