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Not sure what species these are, but I'm sure they're active. They could be Panaeolus subbalteatus but there are supposedly 3 or 4 species that look very similar. These particular mushrooms are very small, and were found growing from a grass compost pile. They drop black prints(big surprise ).
Here's the pics:
Here's some pics of another mushroom I found. I've identified it as Amanita fulva, an edible species. I wouldn't dare eat it though; the word "Amanita" is the same thing as "liver failure" in my brain.
Horray for shakey hands and motion blurs
This picture is a good example the grooved(aka furrowed) margin found on this species.
Many thanks go to Mr. Mushrooms for helping with the Amanita ID and teaching me a thing or two about technical terms used to describe mushrooms.