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Habitat: i found these growing like carpets in the grass found em' in Renton, WA
Gills: attached white in color
Stem: long, thin, light brown
Cap: small, brown tip/light brown cap, very small ridges on cap
Other information: there are also some other mushrooms growing around them smaller and darker in color also with alot more rounded of a cap idk if its a different species or just a younger version of these
mate im just as new to this as you are 3 failed attempts and i finally found a couple today.... the mushrooms your after will be a hell of a lot smaller and alot less obvious than these. if you see alot of mushrooms in a field thens theres always a good chance.. if your lucky. look for small very clearly beige/tan mushrooms with a very noticable nipple on the top. dark gills and a nice white stem bluing when touched. can be V. slimey (and darker brown) when wet. just trying to save you wasting your time as the season is getting on. you should check out info on the seperable pellicle (slimey membrane) its a nice tell tale sign when you find one and once you know what your looking for they seem to pop up everywhere... but yeah think smaller (pictures can be decieving) look for a nice tan colour and dark gills ive probably thrown alot of good ones away being unsure but if there is the slightest doubt dont pick them.. its just not worth mixing up your good ones
-------------------- I saw it was and it wasnt, i thought i had but i hadnt. i felt i could... but i couldnt... holy shiii man these are f*kin strong, i think ill just sit here till its over!