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I'm not looking for a full identification, just some direction as to what they might be. I've looked through my books and can't seem to figure out what it is. I'm still pretty new at this and apologize the lack of info. I only had my camera with me, the goal was to just take pictures. I'm kicking myself for not taking anything with me to put one in to later print.
Habitat: Found in Old growth forest in New York, on ground, near and from the base of fallen wood that I couldn't identify, near boarder of deciduous and coniferous areas.
Gills: See attached picture
Stem: I didn't break it open.
Cap: see pictures
Spore print color: Didn't get one, mushrooms have been picked
Bruising: didn't notice any, but didn't stick around.
Thank you for any ideas or directions.
-------------------- Yes, that string of words I arranged together does make sense!
Some mushrooms you only eat once.
Either you have morels or you don't -Mycological humor