I found this mushroom at the beginning of last fall growing from freshly laid mulch on my college campus. I was having trouble deciding if it was a Lemon Peel fungus or an Orange Peel fungus, but because of when and where I found it, it's color, and how the mushroom cup is slit to the base, I decided it was a Lemon Peel fungus. The photo I took was taken from my phone, so the coloring is a little off, but the coloring of the inside and the outside of the cup was a pale yellow.Technically you can eat a Lemon Peel Fungus, but it is not advised or recommended, nor do I advise eating the majority of any wild mushrooms found. unfortunately, it can be sometimes difficult for me to identify mushrooms now from photographs I had taken months ago, so my identifications may not always be 100% correct. I like this fungus because out of the different species of mushrooms I found in the mulch pile, this mushroom had the most unique shape, and I had almost overlooked it because it was not a stem and cap mushroom and I had not come across a cup/disk shaped mushroom before, nor of that color of texture.