Xeromphalina campanella is a small nonpoisonous mushroom that grows on rotting conifer wood. the yellow-brown to orangish cap is thin fleshed, broadly convex with a central depression and striate margin. its yellow to pale orange gills are subdecurrrent and subdistant and have veining between them. The usually curved stipe is reddish-brown going down to its furry base where attached to the substrate and yellowish at the apex. Spores are buff in mass. They tend to grow in cespitose groups.