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Habitat: Moorland, grazed by sheep and cattle. SW - United Kingdom
Gills: From dark red to almost black
Stem: Thin, Hollow, paler than cap, around 6-7cm
Cap: Diameter, color, texture, conical/spherical, convex/concave, etc.
Spore print color: purple/black
I think these are libs but it's my first time picking so could easily be wrong
The other Mushrooms that I collected in the same area were almost identical apart from the caps matched the pale colour of the stems
everything else was the same.
The final one which I know isn't a lib is seen here to the right of the glass.
It was found growing in long grass around a small lake, I collected some of my libs? from this area too. It is a bigger mushroom maybe 10cm in height with a cap of 2-3cm. Spore print is dark black and stem is thin but dark brown, the same as the cap.
I hope this is enough info for someone to give me an ID. I'm fairly sure I've found at least a few libs.
Like Ganjabonga said, the first 2 pics are libs. The other is some sort of Panaeolus, but from that pic it's hard to tell more than the general shape, so you won't get a species from me, just the genus.
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