I found this uncommon but widespread edible mushroom growing from the base of a maple tree.
I was driving to Whetstone Park of Roses yesterday evening when I spotted this cluster of freshly developed Pholiota spp. fruit bodies. After some hunting online and in some guides, I believe these likely to be the Pholiota aurivella. According to www.mushroomexpert.com, these could be P. limonella. The identifying trait appears to be their difference in spore size.