Laccaria laccata?

Laccaria laccata?

Observation - Laccaria laccata? - UK and Ireland. Description: Group of small peach-coloured mushrooms growing in grass under deciduous tree. Convex flat-topped caps, about 2.5 cm across, buff/peach, slightly darker and striate at margin. Stem tough, fibrous, 7 cm length, 5 mm dameter, white at slightly bulbous fluff

Group of small peach-coloured mushrooms growing in grass under deciduous tree. Convex flat-topped caps, about 2.5 cm across, buff/peach, slightly darker and striate at margin. Stem tough, fibrous, 7 cm length, 5 mm dameter, white at slightly bulbous fluffy base, pink top half, then powdery white at top. Wavy pink gills. One specimen had an unusual tube sticking out from centre of top of cap. Spore print very faint maybe white, the spores appeared round with "teeth" at margin (like a cog-wheel) when viewed down microscope.