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I found these in an open field in a woodsy area in southern Oregon.
Gills: They are yellow becoming orange around the edges. Bluing appeared almost instantly. They don't appear to be attached to the stem. Pretty fanlike gills.
Stem: The stems are long, orange, and stringy like woody. They also slued almost immediately after I picked it. Kind of sticky. A trail of aloe vera like string attaches to your finger when you pull your finger away from the stem.
Cap: The caps start out conical with a faint nipple on top. The larger ones are about 2.5 inches across, flat with nipple still present in the middle. Darker orangish red color. The gills are noticeable.
Waiting on the spore print. So far it looks greyish.
The bruising starts out a green color then becoming almost black.