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Hello all! I am new to mushroom hunting, except for edibles like chanterelles, which I've been doing since I was a kid. Love the outdoors, and being able to impress my friends with the scientific names of things.
So I woke up to find these mushrooms in my backyard, where they crop up in larger numbers every year. I was wondering what they were, so here are pictures and an ID Request!
Habitat: In Washington at a little bit above sea level, very rainy and woodsy climate - I believe the stump is either hemlock or douglas fir.
Gills: Attached gills, brownish color.
Stem: Fairly thin.
Cap: Caps are convex, some have a small bump at the top. Largest are about an inch and a half in diameter.
Spore print color: I'm sorry, I am not sure about this.