Mushrooms, especially the white and beige varieties are very difficult to identify, even for specialists. While these look similar to the orange mycena above they are, however, chanterelle waxcaps (Hygrocybe cantharellus). The decurrent gills, gills that attach down the stalk and not up under the cap, is the obvious difference here. The difficulty in identifying mushrooms only serves to stress how important it is to be cautious when eating mushrooms as the consequences can be life threatening. I just admire and photograph them!