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Idk if I did this post properly cuz this is my first time in hunting and identification.
thanks in advance guys
Went to have coffee with my mother this morning, she walked me around her property and showed me a bunch of different mushrooms that were growing, knowing that I am interested in hunting for mushrooms. I am a total noob and am only making a novice identification of the fallowing mushrooms so if anyone could properly identify them that would be cool.
wasn't planning on mushroom hunting today so didn't have my camera so I had to use my iPhone.
I found these is medium grass on the border of the woods. This one I am fairly sure is the same species but an older shroom
These were growing under a fren next to a decaying log in the woods. again sorry for poor quality photos. they are dark brown with a concave center in the cap.
these small orange shroom I thought were really cool, they were growing around some rocks not really around anything but short grass. I believe they could be Saffron-colored Corts'
these just grew near a blackberry bush.
This is just a little light brown mushroom but I guess someone might know what it is my moms cat lol
The slugs got to this guy first but he was the bigest one I found today.
These were growing in the woods up through a lot of forest debris.
I am unsure if these are the same mushrooms as above(sry guys, total noob)
this little purple shroom was growing next to a decaying log through forest debris. I am under the impression it could either be a closed cap form of the purple-bloom russula or a violet cort but it was a little slimy so idk if its a cort.
happy hunting hopefully someone can enlighten me on the species above.
1) Coprinellus micaceus 2) I would like to kindly request that you consider the genus Nolanea for this collection. 3) Laccaria 4) Psathyrella 5) It could be Conocybe tenera or a Galerina, but I think its more likely to be a Bolbitius. 6) Amanita gemmata (next time carefully dig up the base of the stem and take good pics of it) 7) Oh I don't know, maybe Tricholoma 8) Could be Tricholoma 9) Consider calling it Mycena pura.