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Ok, so while picking for chanterelles, I came across a few mushrooms that I could not identify in my mycology society book. After a long study I gave up and decided to ask the pros.
All of the following mushrooms were growing around the same climate and conditions. Near mostly conifers, some decidious and heavy rain at an average temperature of 48F. Mostly shady areas where limited sunlight is available. Deep rich wet soil with overgrowth and dead forests are common.
Couple of them look similar to psylobins noteably the last ones.
Mushroom Number One
Mushroom Number Two
Mushroom Number 3
Growing like WILD FIRE! Huge clusters and clumps in multiple clumps had to be about 20 lbs worth that I did not bother to pick because I dont know what they are.
Mushroom Number 4
Mushroom Number 5
Mushroom Number 6
Mushroom Number 7
Growing in clusters out of a dead stump, very long stems, bruising brownish looks like.
1' i will say lyophyllum for the clustered habitad 2 cortinarius for the slimy cap, rest of cortina and brown gill in mature specimens 3' more lyophyllum maybe decastes 4´chicken of the woods 5´galerina or inocybe was on wood? 6´stropharia 7´maybe mycena
-------------------- cuando una rafaga del pensamiento nos pasa al lado se puede sentir que valio la pena haber vivido, y cuando ese pensamiento se convierte en sueño no paramos de soñar hasta realizarlo