It is, I think, a Cinnabar Cort (Cortinarius cinnabarinus) mushroom. About 2″ in height, it was one of many in the woods at Myakka River State Park this week. About two years ago it was almost impossible to find mushrooms at Myakka. The feral pig population was decimating the population of mushrooms and other edibles. Their destructive pattern of routing through the soil for anything edible was causing great damage to the Park and at last the Park Service authorized a culling of pigs and the hunters did their work. The Park is infinitely healthier for their efforts.
The Cinnabar Cort is relatively common throughout Florida and I have seen numerous stands in many different places. From above it would be easy to overlook except for its rich deep color.
I had never done any macro work with this type of mushroom and was very pleased with the images. I will re-visit the Cinnabar again and promise to share. ❧