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I was wondering how common it was for this species to be found in large quantities. Earlier i was out walking around my work and i found about 300-400 of the things. maybe they're not them though, that's sorta what i wanted to find out.
they were found on a landscaped area with wood mulch under some bushes. the stems are an off white that bruise to a dark brown. spore print is a rusty brown. there didn't apear to be a veil attached to the stem at all, but i did notice that in younger specimens there were.
i'm sorry that there are no pictures, but i'm at work, behind a firewall so i can't upload pics. sorry...if there's anything else that you need to know so that you can help identify them please say so.
Look in the search engines for the species. i have posted look-a-like images of the marginata next to P. cyanecens. Galerinas have rusty orange-cinnamon colored spores and a orages to =darker stem with fibrils on the stem. mj
The bottom shrooms are Galerina autumnalis and the ones in the top right center of the image are galerina marginata. deaDLY POISONOUS.