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This info if for the mushrooms at the bottom of these pictures. There seem to be two different kinds growing on the same branch. I need ID for both please, the top ones were very slimy and seem in early development.
The one on the far right here is the bottom species above.
Far Left was found in earth, surrounded by wood chippings.
The middle one was growing directly from a log surrounded by similar mushrooms in their early stages.
It'll be hard to get an ID of the upper ones growing on the log without gill shots. However, the lower cluster on the log is something around Mycena haematopus. In the picture presenting the three mushrooms, you have a Mycena species on the left, a Coprinellus species in the middle, and Mycena cf haematopus on the right.