The Camarophyllus genus belongs to the Hygrophoraceae (Waxgill) family.

Camarophyllus apricosus

A very small orange waxgill - the largest one here has a diameter of 8mm.

Camarophyllus aurantiopallens

These are very small - the largest here would be approx 10mm diam.

Camarophyllus griseorufescens

Height - 5-7 cm. Seems to often grow singly, scattered amongst leaf litter. The gills are a pale grey.

Camarophyllus impurus

A lovely little off-white mushroom. It has a distinctive umbo (that little raised bit in the middle of the cap). Note the decurrent gills.

Camarophyllus muritaiensis

Very small, cap diameter of these was 1.5 cm.

Camarophyllus patinaecolor

This mature specimen is quite a distinctive shape, with it's decurrent gills and "dimple" in the centre of the cap. Usually up to about 40-50 mm high, and up to 30mm across, but I have seen some as large as 80mm across. Grows amongst leaf litter on the ground.

Camarophyllus pratensis var. gracilis

Found amongst leaf litter in mixed broad-leaved forest in mid-winter. Diameter- 25-45 mm. Has decurrrent gills as shown in the next image.

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Camarophyllusapricosus
Camarophyllusaurantiopallens1004
Camarophyllusaurantiopallens0575
Camarophyllusgriseorufesce
Camarophyllusimpurus1
Camarophyllusmuritainiensis2a
Camarophyllusmuritaiensis1027
Camarophylluspatinaecolor1263a
Camarophylluspatinaecolor1264
Camarophylluspratensisvargracile1001
Camarophylluspratensisvargracile1002

Other wax gills to checkout: Bertrandia, Gliophorus, Hygrocybe, Hygrophorus, Humidicutis,and Aeruginospora