Rhodotus palmatus
Cap is one inch wide.  This specimen was found in the basin of
a former city reservoir.  The area is near a natural spring that
frequently floods the surrounding lowland woods.
These photographs show some interesting characteristics
of this fungus:  it's gelatinous consistency and the
blackening of the cap and gills under moist conditions.
The cap of Rhodotus palmatus does not always exhibit it's
defining reticulated (netted) cap.  Note pink droplet on stem.
The cap of this beautiful specimen measured 8cm wide.
Found in June.  Cap 4cm wide.