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Hi guys, I'm new to the forum, and mushroom hunting in general. I found the below pictured shroom on a walk the other day, maybe you can help ID them? I'm doubting they're active, but still wouldn't mind know what they are. They look a bit like Psilocybe caerulipes, but they supposedly don't grow in Indiana. They do grow one state over, in Ohio, which is weird because the two states have very similar climates. Anyways, thanks in advance for any suggestions.
Habitat: Grass covered drainage ditch along the side of a road, next to a large grassy field.
Gills: Very light chocolate or creamy brown. Like coffee with a lot of creamer in it.
Stem: Whitish, with a hint of brown. Fibrous, narrow, consistent thickness.
Cap: Off-white, toasty/tea-stained brown towards the center.