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Every time I go on a hunt, I come back with all sorts of interesting mushrooms. I found 12 different species today, some of which I can identify, most of which I can't . I'll keep it to a few per post. Thanks!
Habitat: Leaf debris under alder trees
Cap: Fragile, grey, striated, marked ring around umbo
Gills: close to subdistant, adnexed(?), greyish-blue with deliquescence evident near margin(?)
Stipe: off-white, flexuose, fragile
Spore Print: Obtaining.
Habitat - Moderately high grass on park border
Cap - Gelatinous pellicle evident, very fragile, white ring near margin
Gills: White, subdistant, very fragile, darkening to grey
Stipe: Brown/grey, fragile
Spore Print: I'm tryin, I'm tryin
Habitat: Mixture of high grass and alder wood debris
Cap: Red to golden-brown with redder samples having pronounced yellow ring around edges. Parabolic in youth, broadly convex in maturity with broad umbo, pretty meaty.
Gills: Close, adnate(?), wavy in one mature sample (see pic).
Stipe: White darkening to golden brown from base, firm, bruises brown.
Spore print: White to slightly off-white.
Edit: I'm feeling brave enough to post my noobish guesses: 1: Coprinus sp. 2: Eh, nevermind, not gonna guess 3: Inocybe sp.