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Hi, within the past several days ive noticed that a bunch of little mushrooms have been growing all over my lawn. I am in Connecticut and the past 3 weeks it has been raining relatively non-stop. They appear to be Panaeolus but i want to be sure before eating them. A description is as follows: Cap: Round and whitish-yellow with a darker yellow-orange nipple on the top. .5-2cm diamater. Gills: Chocolate brown Spore Print: Making one now, i have waited about half an hour but its still too light to tell the color Stem: Whitish to yellowish, usually about 6cm tall on average and 3mm or so wide. It does not bruise blue. I know how hard LBMs are to identify even if you see them in person, but im hoping someone will be able to tell me what these are, or at the very least if theres a poisonous species that resemble these. Here are some pictures of a picked mushroom (I know the pictures are incredibly fuzzy and probably not much help at all, but at least they might give you a general idea of what the mushroom looks like.)