Ampulloclitocybe clavipes (Clitocybe clavipes) Saprotrophic, but typically found under
conifers like pine. Smooth brown funnel-shaped cap with paler margin, decurrent
white gills and white to cream spore print, brown stem with bulbous base and
attached mycelium. Late summer and fall fruiting. Can forms fairy rings. Edible, but don’t drink with alcohol or
will get a headache or rash. Some field guides list it as Inedible.