I dont think it is ever easy to capture a nice image of the forest floor but you have done well here!
As the cap is not green this can not be Gliophorus viridis its more then likely Gliophorus lilacipes due to the pink cap. A look for cystidia on the gill edge would confirm this.
In the top center is also two earth stars Geastrum saccatum
I would not be surprised if this is Astraeus hygrometricus or Hygroscopic Earthstar. TFS
For an Id this is Leucocoprinus species probably a little on the old side. As to the species I dont know if I had found it localy to me (New Zealand) then it would be Leucocoprinus fragilissimus. TFS
I think this is more likely to be something from the Artomyces genus
I am one of those who do not like weta's.... maybe having one down my neck when I was very small has something to do with this :) Wounderfull photo on the plane white back ground. Have you noticed that tree wata's will ofhen stand there ground when disturbed!
wow so many together in a group amazing!
I think this is likely Gliophorus lilacipes but as you say very difficult to name with out a microscope. Even the official description are so poor that they ofhen dont help :)
Now thatís a strange POV but having tried to photograph a fantail with its fan open I have to give you some credit even if itís the but end!