Found growing on bark of dead fuchsia twig.
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Did you notice a basal disc?
and why not enter your idea as an identification?
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It could well be M clavularis but the feature that identifies this species as against the other small white Mycena growing on twigs is the round spores.
Lat/Lng: 54.055, -4.8173
OS grid ref: SC156657