Kuehneromyces brunneoalbescens (Y.S. Chang & A.K. Mills) J.A. Cooper
A very small chestnut brown species found in groups on rotting wood in forests. The cap diam: 5–10 mm. The cap is umbonate, smooth and striate. The gills are pale brown. As it dries, the cap becomes whitish, starting at the umbo (hence its name – brown becoming white).