The cap was mostly tan and reminded me of an English muffin (pic 2). The gills has a purplish hue and the stem was short and bulbous.
Spotted along a trail in a deciduous forest at Pinnacle Mountain State Park.
The wood blewit is found in Europe and North America and is becoming more common in Australia, where it appears to have been introduced. It is a saprotrophic species, growing on decaying leaf litter.