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OK, you guys may have seen me talk about these in another recent post I have made, the ones I thought maybe were G. sap or G. penetrans, but turned out to have a white spore print. I have no clue as to what they are. The gills don't seem to be attached to them stem? I found them on a piece of dead wood (as usual). They smell very pleasant, and are not bitter at all, but pretty good (no I didn't eat, I tasted). They one specimen I am holding, I believe is a saimese of these guys, the cap looks like they were about to seperate, and the stem is really fat. These are probaly the prettiest mushrooms I have come across this fall. I was really hoping they were gyms, but they make me happy the way they are. They just look so cheerful Also, I have been monitoring them since they were very very small, and when they were younger, they were VERY yellow. I squeezed one of the little ones, and it shot this wierd juice stuff all over my face. And, when they got a bit older than that, I let a few of them dry out (they were pretty big by then) and they looked like they had been burnt, but I air dryed them. Odd little fellas. hehe, anyway, here are the pics: