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looks to be an agaricus for the first species maybe and the second one looks like maybe an inactive pan if the spores were darker. need more info read the sticky thread and try to provide as much info as possible if youwant the agaricus identified slice it in half not the color the inside of the stem bruises when you scrape it with a knife and then note and smells. if you search around gumby or maybe it was ggreatone posted a pretty good list of what you need to identify agaricus. peace
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the caps on the first one look like mature cube caps, but of course they are probably not cubes. they were not growing ON the manure where they? no annulus though so im sure theyre not unless theyre terrible old and a deer pissed on it and washed the annulus off.
and were the second pans (that look like P. GGreatOnensis) growing ON the poo or just in manured soil, or maybe GRASS?