Tiny Marasmius sp. growing on a leaf.
Picture by @la_violet_project
Does anybody have any idea of what species they might be?
I'm guessing M. androsaceous, but I'm not 100% sure.
Edit: I'm going to change my tentative ID to Marasmius siccus. Thanks to @efrenjo for the ID suggestion!
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